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OFFICERS AND ALUMNAE 

VASSAR COLLEGE 
i 86 i- i 900 



THE THIRD 



GENERAL CATALOGUE 



OFFICERS AND GRADUATES 

OF 

VASSAR COLLEGE 

POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK 



l86l-l9GO 



POUGHKEEPSIE 
A. V. HAIGHT, TRINTER 
190O 



Incorporated, 1861 

Opened to Students, 1865 

First Class Graduated', 1867 

Number of Graduates, 1737 

Number of Graduates deceased, iiS 

Abbreviations 

b. birthplace, 

c. r. residence while in college, 
p. r. present residence, 

m. married, 
p. publications, 

d. died. 

Death is also indicated by an asterisk. 

The omission of the present residence of living graduates indi- 
cates that the College received no answer to its request for infor- 
mation. 



1818347 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



PRESIDING OFFICERS 





1861. 


*Hon. WILLIAM KELLY, 


dec. 


1871. 




1872. 


*Hon. IRA HARRIS, LL.D., 


dec. 


1875. 




1876. 


Rev. EDWARD LATHROP, D.D. 










TREASURERS 








1861. 


*MATTHEW VASSAR, Jr., 


. r dec. 


1881. 




1883. 


*WILLARD L. DEAN, 


dec. 


1898. 




1899. 


EDWARD ELSWOTtTH. * 










SECRETARIES 








1861. 


*CYRUS SWAN, 


res. 


1870. 




1870. 


*STEPHEN M. BUCKINGHAM, 


dec. 


1887. 




1888. 


*ROBERT E. TAYLOR, 


dec. 


1896. 




1896. 


*WILLARD L. DEAN, 


dec. 


189S. 




i8qq. 


EDWARD ELSWORTH. 










TRUSTEES 








1861. 


*MATTHEW VASSAR, 


dec. 


186S. 




1861. 


*Hon. IRA HARRIS, 


dec. 


T S"7C 
10 ZD- 




1861. 


*Hon. WILLIAM KELLY, 


dec. 


TS7T 




1861. 


*Hon. JAMES HARPER, 


dec. 


I869. 




1861. 


*MARTIN B. ANDERSON, LL.D., 


res. 


I 884 




1861. 


*Hon. JOHN THOMPSON, 


res. 


1885 




1861. 


Rev. EDWARD LATHROP, D.D., 








1861. 


*Hon. CHARLES W. SWIFT, 


dec. 


1877. 




1861. 


*Rev, ELIAS L. MAGOON, D.D., 


dec. 


1886. 




1861. 


*STEPHEN M. BUCKINGHAM, 


dec. 


1887. 




1861. 


*MILO P. JEWETT, LL.D., 


res. 


I864. 




1861. 


*NATHAN BISHOP, LL.D., 


dec. 


I88l. 




1861. 


*MATTHEW VASSAR, Jr., 


dec. 


I88l. 




1861. 


*BENSON J. LOSSING, LL.D., 


dec. 


I89I. 




1861. 


*Rkv. EZEKIELG. ROBINSON, D.D..LL.D., dec. 


I894. 


R 
i 


1861. 


*SAMUEL F. B. MORSE, LL.D., 


dec. 


1872. 


1861. 


*SAMUEL S. CONSTANT, 


res. 


I8S4. 



[ 


VASSAR COLLEGE 






86i. 


.V. T / \ T T AT nTTTT T T A O O A TA 

x JOHN GUY VASSAR, 


dec. 


1888. 


861. 


_Y. TA TTTTT T T A Hf TTA /"X TTT? TA T A 

x Rev. WILLIAM HAGUE, D.D., 


dec. 


1887. 


861. 


*Rev. RUFUS BABCOCK, D.D., 


dec. 


1874. 


861. 


y> /A /Av TA AT TA T TTTO T~A n ATH 

"Cornelius Dubois, 


dec. 


1879- 


861. 


_y_ t s \ r T at XT TA A TTTlf AATT^ T T TA 

^JOHN H. RAYMOND, LL.D., 


dec. 


1878. 


861. 


_y_ iv r /a. -r~\ s-\ a AT T O H If T TTA T T 

y, MORGAN L. SMITH, 


dec. 


1884. 


861. 


» r\T7 TA TTO O TTT A AT 

V CYRUS SWAN, 


dec. 


1900. 


861. 


vtt /A TA /"A TA /"A TA TTT <A ^TA TA TA T TAT /"A 

*Hon. GEORGE W. STERLING, 


dec. 


1874. 


861. 


TT.,. t /-a TJ> /~AT> /"> T7> /TA T) T T) r'T? 

Hon. GJbOKGiiv 1. _rlr!vRUJc/, 


res. 


1868. 


861. 


-V- O A T T TTA T T OTT TA T T\ AAT 

*SMI1H SHELDON, 


dec. 


1884. 


861. 


V T /"A TA TA T T i^A TA /"A T T /"A T T TAT T 

x JOSEPH C. DOUGHTY, 


dec. 


1873- 


861. 


A T T i~\ T T O TTA TTf^ T ATT "TA TVT A TIT 

AUGUSTUS L. ALLEN, A.M., 






864. 


v TA T T TA "XT TA A T TTT A TA TA TA TA TT* /^A t T TA TA 

*Rev. henry ward beecher, 


res. 


1868. 


868. 


*EDWARD L. BEADLE, M.D. , 


dec. 


1882. 


[868. 


_Y. T T rf\ T T S~\ A T A O /'A /~\ TA AT TA T T 

*Hon. THOMAS CORNELL, 


res. 


1885. 


869. 


T T /~A TA /~\ TA /"A TA T TVT "NT T O 

Hon. GEORGE INNIS, 






[869. 


jfTT /~A ta /"A TT /"A "TA TT A AT T"A TA T> TTTO 

*Hon. GEORGE H. ANDREWS, 


res. 


1872. 


[872. 


T T /~a TA /~\ TA /"A TA /"A TA TAT TAT /~\ T TA O 

Hon. GEORGE G. REYNOLDS, 


res. 


1873 


[872. 


"V>- TA TA TATTT A TA TA TA TA T /"A T T/TA TA TA 

*Rev. EDWARD BRIGHT, D.D., 


res. 


1889. 


[873- 


TA TA TA "FA TTTTAT TTA TAT /"A HTA /A A T TA TA 

Rt. Rev. E D. HUNTINGTON, D.D., 


res. 


1884. 


c873- 


JV-TA T T / "A TTT A TA TA /AT) AO TA A T TA "TA T T TA 

*Rev. HOWARD CROSBY, D.D., LL.D., 


res. 


1882. 


[873- 


v TA TA rj T AT A TTTT/^ TTn> 

*REZIN A. WIGHT, 


dec. 


1889. 


l875- 


TTTTT TTA TVT ATT TT* AT TA T T TTA T TA T * 

WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER, 


res. 


1885. 


^875- 


jvl TA T TA TTT A "NT TA TT TA AT TA TA T /"A TT" TA TA 

*Rev. J. RYLAND KENDRICK, D. D. , 


dec. 


1889. 


[876. 


\r *~\ TATA TA TA TA TA T /^A TT TTA /A TTT "TVT O TA AT TA 

*Gen. FREDERICK TOWNSEND, 


res. 


1893. 


[878. 


*HENRY L. YOUNG, 


res. 


1891. 


[878. 


•X-TJ C A ATTTTTT T A T T A TUT XT' T T T A TA 

*Rev. bAMUJiL JL. UAivlJ W Jjyl^lv, JJ.lJ. , 


res. 


1885. 


[880. 


.y.TA A AT TA TA TA TTT TA TA TA A TA /~\ TAT T T\ TA T T "TA 

*Rev. ANDREW P. PEABODY, D.D., LL.D. 


, res. 


1885. 


[881. 


T /"A T T AT T T T A TA A AT TA 

JOHN H. DEANE, 






[882. 


TA TTTAATTATT TIT T7TATA TA TA 

Rev. HENRY M. KING, D.D., 






[882. 


TA TA A ATTTTIT TAT H if T A AT TA A TA TA TA T \ 

Rev. JOACHIM ELMENDORF, D. D. , 






[882. 


T T TA AT TA A" T /A TV T A TA /"A TT A "NT TA 

HENRY G. MARQUAND, 


res. 


1884. 


[884. 


TA A TT OT\T) AM A TA TA 

Rev. A. H. S1RONG, D. D. , 






1884. 


TA TA TT /~* TA /~\ TTA TTA TA TT TA TA 

Rt. Rev. H. C. POTTER, D. D. , 


res. 


1889. 


[885. 


-Y-TTTTT T A TT TA T TA TA A AT 

*WILLARD L. DEAN, 


dec. 


1898. 


[885. 


-V- TA TA TT* TA TA -ta t A TT TA rTA T T / A TV T TTO /~\ "NT 

•FREDERICK t. 1HOMPSON, 


dec. 


1899. 


[885. 


AT A AT O f ~\ "\T T DA V 

ALAJNSON J. r(JA, 






[885. 


n AT /*A A TTA TA TT/AT7V.T 

COLGATE HOY I, 


res. 


1896. 


[885. 


*TJ T-.Tr TniJ\T IT ATT TA TA 

*Kev. JOiiJN tiJ\LtL,, L). D. , 


res. 


1887. 


[885. 


Hon. B. F. BRISTOW, LL.D., 


res. 


1886. 


[885. 


DUNCAN D. PARMLY, 







BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



5 



1885. *ROBERT E. TAYLOR, A.M., dec. 1896. 

1886. Rev. JAMES M. TAYLOR, D.D., LL.D., 

1887. FLORENCE M. CUSHING, A.B., res. 1894. 
1887. E. E. POPPLETON SHANNON, A.B., res. 1898. 

1887. HELEN H. BACKUS, A. M., 

1888. Rev. EDWARD JUDSON, D.D., 

1888. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, 

1889. ALBERT S. BICKMORE, A.M., Ph.D., 
1889. ALLEN W. EVARTS, A.M., 

1889. Rev. NATHAN E. WOOD, D.D., 

1890. SAMUEL D. COYKENDALL, 
1890. Rev. JAMES M. BRUCE, A.M., 
1892. LEVI P. MORTON, LL.D., 

1892. EDWARD ELS WORTH, A.M., 

1893. Rev. FREDERICK T. GATES, D.D., 

1894. ELLEN H. RICHARDS, A.M., 

1895. Rev. HENRY M. SANDERS, D.D., 

1896. CHARLES M. PRATT, A. B., 
1896. HENRY V. PELTON, A.B., 

1898. SARAH S. ARMSTRONG, A.B., 

1899. ANDREW J. TOWNSON., 
1899. MARY CLARK THOMPSON. 



OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION 



PRESIDENTS 

1861. *MILO P. JEWETT, LL.D., res. 1864. 

1864. *JOHN H. RAYMOND, LL.D., dec. 1878. 
1878. *SAMUEL L. CALDWELL, D.D., res. 1885. 

1885. *J. RYLAND KENDRICK, D.D., Acting Pres. one year. 

1886. JAMES M. TAYLOR, D.D., LL.D. 

LADY PRINCIPALS 

1865. *HANNAH W. LYMAN, 
1871. HARRIET W. TERRY, 
1878. MRS. JULIA A. RAY, 
1881. *ABBY F. GOODSELL, A.B., 
1891. MRS. J. RYLAND KENDRICK 

SECRETARY OF THE COLLEGE 

1893. ELLA McCALEB, A.B. 



ASSISTANTS AND SECRETARIES TO THE PRESI- 
DENT OR LADY PRINCIPAL 



1866. 


ANN ELIZA MORSE, 


res. 1880. 


1869. 


FRANCES F. SMILEY, 


res. 1869. 


1870. 


MARY J. GARLAND, 


res. 1 87 1. 


1871. 


MARY DAME, 


res. 1877. 


1871. 


SUSAN E. DAGGETT, 


res. 1873. 


1874- 


*ABBY F. GOODSELL, A.B., 


res. 1877. 


1877. 


SUSAN E. DAGGETT, 


res. 1878. 


1878. 


HARRIET O. PALMER, A.B., 


res. 1S79. 


1879. 


NANNIE B. DeSAUSSURE, 


res. 1884. 


1880. 


HARRIET O. PALMER, A.B., 


res. 1881. 


1881. 


MARTHA MAYO RIPLEY, 


res. 1S82. 


1882. 


^CHARLOTTE E. FINCH, A.M., 


dec. 1885. 


1884. 


ALICE W. HARLOW, A.B., 


res. 1885. 


1885. 


ELLA McCALEB, A.B., 


Coll. Sec'y 1893. 


1892. 


ANTOINETTE CORNWELL, A.B., 




1899. 


LUCY A. FITCH, A.B. 





dec. 1871- 
res. 1877. 
res. -1881. 
res. 1891. 



PROFESSORS 



7 



LIBRARIANS 

1867. EUNICE D. SEWALL, res. 1874. 

1869. GEORGIANNE E. WATSON, res. 1870. 

1874. FLORENCE M. CUSHING, A. B., res. 1876. 

1876. GRACE H. LEARNED, A. B., Teacher, 1877. 

1877. MARY A. JORDAN, A.M., Teacher, 1880. 
1880. FRANCES A. WOOD, 

1S92. ADELAIDE UNDERHILL, (Cataloguer). 

PROFESSORS 

1864. *JOHN H. RAYMOND, LL.D. , 1 dec. 1878. 

MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

1865. WILLIAM I. KNAPP, A.M., res. 1867. 

ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES. 

1865. CHARLES S. FARRAR, A.M., res. 1874. 

MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY. 

1865. *SANBORN TENNEY, A.M., res. 1868. 

NATURAL, HISTORY. 

1865. *MARIA MITCHELL, Ph.D., LL.D., dec. 1889. 

ASTRONOMY. 

1865. ALIDA C. AVERY, M.D., res. 1874. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

1865. HENRY B. BUCKHAM, A.M., res. 1866. 

ENGLISH. 

1865. *HENRY VAN INGEN, dec. 189S. 

ART. 

1865. *EDWARD WIEBE, res. 1867. 

MUSIC. 

1867. TRUMAN J. BACKUS, A.M., res. 18S3. 

ENGLISH. 

1867. JAMES A. ROBERT, A.M., res. 1869. 

ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES. 

1867. ^FREDERICK LOUIS RITTER, Mas. Doc., dec. 1891. 

MUSIC. 

1868. *CHARLES FREDERICK HARTT, A.M., res. iSGS. 

NATURAL HISTORY. 

1868. *JAMES ORTON, A.M., dec. 1S77. 

NATURAL HISTORY. 

1869. *CH ARLKS J. II INK EL. Ph.D.. res. 1890. 

GREEK AND LATIN. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



1874. 
1874. 

1892. 
IS75. 

1876. 
1878. 
1878. 
I88l. 



1884. 
1884. 

1886. 

1894. 
1886. 

1889. 
1886. 

T889. 
1887. 

1887. 

1889. 
1887. 

1887. 

1892. 
1888. 



HELEN W. WEBSTER, M.D., res. 1881. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

LE ROY C. COOLEY, Ph.D., 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY. 
PHYSICS. 

*PRISCILLA H. BRAISLIN, res. 1887. 

MATHEMATICS. 

*C^ECILIE KAPP, res. 1878. 

GERMAN. 

WILLIAM B. D WIGHT, A.M., 

NATURAL HISTORY. 

*SAMUEL L. CALDWELL, D.D., res. 1885. 

MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

MARY E. ALLEN, M.D., res. 1884. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

MANUEL J. DRENNAN, A.M., res. 1894 

ENGLISH. 

LUCY M. HALL, M.D.; res. 1887. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

ELIZA M. MOSHER, M.D., res. 1887. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

JAMES M. TAYLOR, D.D., LL.D., 

MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
ETHICS. 

*ABBY MOORE GOODWIN, A.M., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LATIN. 
PROFESSOR OF LATIN. 

ABBY LEACH, A.M., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF GREEK. 
PROFESSOR OF GREEK. 

MINNA HINKEL, 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF GERMAN. 

LUCY MAYNARD SALMON, A.M., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. 
PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. 

ACHSAH M. ELY, A.B., 

MATHEMATICS. 

ELIZABETH B. THELBERG, M.D., res. 1890. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 
RE-APPOINTED. 

MARY W. WHITNEY, A.M., 

ASTRONOMY. 



dec 1890. 



res. 1890. 



PROFESSORS 



9 



1892. 



1888. EMILIE ACHERT, res. 1891. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF FRENCH. 

1890. MARCELLA I. O'GRADY, S.B., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY. 
1893. PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY. FeS. 1 897. 

1890. HERBERT ELMER MILLS, A.M., Ph.D., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AND ECONOMICS. 

1893. PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS. 

1890. GERTRUDE A. FARWELL, M.D., res. 1892. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

1890. *EDMUND N. SNYDER, Ph.D., 

latin. (Supply for the year). 

1891. JEAN C. BRACQ, A.B., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES. 
PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES. 

1891. JOHN LEVERETT MOORE, Ph.D., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LATIN. 
T 893. PROFESSOR OF LATIN. 

1 891. EDWARD MORRIS BOWMAN,A.C.O.,F.C.M., 

ACTING PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

1892. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. r CS. 1 895. 

1892. OTTILIE HERHOLZ, 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF GERMAN. 

1892. CHARLES W. MOULTON, Ph.D., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY. 

1894. PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY. 

1894. FERDINAND COURTNEY FRENCH, Ph.D., 

PHILOSOPHY. 

1S94. ELMER ELLSWORTH WENTWORTH, A. M. , res. 1S97. 

ENGLISH. 

1895. GEORGE COLEMAN GOW, A.B., 

MUSIC. 

1896. LAURA JOHNSON WYLIE, Ph.D., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. 
1898. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. 

1898. ELIZABETH E. BICKFORD, Ph.D., res. 1899. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY. 

1899. FRANK R. LILLIE, Ph.D., 

PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY. 

1S99. WILLIAM BANCROFT HILL, A.B., 

LECTURER ON THE BIBLE. 



IO 


VASSAR COLLEGE 


* 


TEACHERS IN COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENTS OF 




INSTRUCTION 




1865. 


LOUIS F. RONDEL, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


JESSIE USHER. 


res. 1869. 


1865. 


LUCIA M. GILBERT, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


♦PRISCILLA H. BRAISLIN, 


Professor, 1S75. 


1865. 


EMMA SAYLES, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


SARAH L. WYMAN, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


CAROLINE H. METCALF, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


^BARBARA GRANT, 


res. 1867. 


1865. 


KATE FESSENDEN, 


res. 1869. 


1865. 


SARAH E. SCOTT, 


res. 1867. 


1865. 


EMILY A. BRADDOCK, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


MARY DASCOMB, 


res. 1866. 


1866. 


ELIZABETH L. GEIGER, A.B.. 


res. 1869- 


1866. 


JANE E. JOHNSON, 


res. 1867.. 


1866. 


GEORGIANNE E. WATSON, 


Librarian, 1869. 


1866. 


LEPHA N. CLARKE, A.B., 


res. 1872. 


1866. 


MARIE M. MINER, 


res. 1866. 


1866. 


ALICE G. BRAISLIN, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


EVELINA MOUNIER, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


ADA de GREFIN, 


res. 1866. 


1866. 


F. FOUGERAT, M.D., 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


*CiECILIE KAPP, 


Professor, 1876. 


1866. 


CORNELIA V. BOWERS, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


JULIA PADDOCK, 


res. 1868. 


1866. 


MARY C. C. GODDARD, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


MANDANA M. SHATTUCK, 


res. 1870. 


1867. 


FRANCES ELLEN LORD, 


res. 1876. 


1867. 


CAROLINE E. PENDLETON, 


res. 1868. 


1867. 


HELEN GOODWIN, 


res. 1870. 


1867. 


ELIZABETH AGAR, 


res. 1870. 


1868. 


ANNA L. REYNOLDS, 


res. 1868. 


1868. 


CELESTE REYNAUD, 


res. 1868. 


1868. 


EMMA E. MOSS, 


res. 1868. 


1868. 


M. JOSEPHINE WARREN, 


res. 1869. 


1868. 


SUSAN K. COOKE, 


res. 1S69. 


1869. 


MARY F. MACKIE, 


res. 1871. 


1869. 


ELIZABETH H. DENIO, 


res. 1870. 


1869. 


EMMA S. GILBERT, 


res. 1870. 


1869. 


MINERVA C. SWAYZE, 


res. 1S71. 



INSTRUCTORS 



II 



IS69. 


LUCENA C. JOHNSON, 


res. 1S70. 


1870. 


FRANCES A. WOOD, 


Librarian, i38o. 


1870. 


MARY DAME, 


President's Sec'y, 1S71. 


IS70. 


ADELAIDE L. SMILEY. 


res. 1S74. 


1870. 


ABBIE F. HAMLIN, 


res. 1 87 1. 


1870. 


SUZANNE SIMONDS, 


res. 1871. 


1870. 


SARAH A. CRANSTON. 


res. 1871. 


1870. 


KATE MANN, 


res. 1872. 


1870. 


CAROLINE B. LiROW, 


res. 1877. 


1871. 


ELIZABETH W. ROBB. 


res. 1872. 


IS7I. 


*ABBY F. GOODSELL, A.B. , Assist, to LadvPric. 1S74. 


IS7I. 


CHARLOTTE M. DUTY, 


res. 1872. 


IS7I. 


EMMA M. COLBY, A.B., 


res. 1872. 


1871. 


ALICE T. HUBBARD, 


res. 1872. 


IS7I. 


CHARLOTTE C. HASKELL. 


res. 1S83. 


IS7I. 


EUGENIE NICOLAS, 


res. 1S72. 


1871. 


*LORETTE M. FURBER. 


res. 1S73. 


1872. 


SUSAN E. DAGGETT, 


res. 1S73. 


IS72. 


CLEMENTINE YILLIOT, 


res. 1873. 


1872. 


EUNICE M. CRETIN, 


res. 1873. 


1872. 


ELIZABETH S. BURLING. 


res. 1-72. 


1872. 


ELLA M. LIGGETT. A.B.. 


res. 1S74. 


1872. 


MARY L. AYERY. A.B., 


res. 1S80. 


IS72. 


ELLEN DEAN. 


res. 1S74. 


1872. 


-ABBY M. GOODWIN, Associate Professor. 188& 


1873- 


ELIZABETH S. BURLING, 


res. 1S75. 


1873. 


ADELE ROCH, 


res. 1S76. 


1874. 


ADELINE L. ADAMS, 


res. 1877. 


1874. 


HENRIETTA B. CHURCH. 


res. 1877. 


1875. 


HELEN C. HISCOCK, A.M., 


res. 1883. 


IS76. 


ROXANA C. COWLES, 


res. 187S. 


1876. 


MARY W. MITCHELL, 


res. 1S77. 


1877. 


GRACE H. LEARNED, A.B.. 


res. 1878. 


IS77. 


EUGENIA F. MORGAN. A.M.. 


res. 1878. 


1877. 


FLORENCE C. PERKINS, A.B., 


res. 187S. 


1878. 


ELIZABETH D. STORER, A.B. 


res. 1SS1. 


1878. 


ELLEN E. POPPLETON, A.B., 


res. 1879. 


IS78. 


ROSALIE SEE, 


res. 1SS3. 


IS78. 


MINNA HINKEL. Associate Professor, 1SS7. 


1878. 


SUSAN A. MILLER, A.B.. 


res. 1SS1. 


1878. 


HELEN D. BROWN, A, B. , 


res. 1882. 



12 


VASSAR COLLEGE 




i88o. 


MARY A. JORDAN, A.M., 


res. 1884. 


IooO. 


MARIA P. BRAlb, A. B. , 


res. 1885. 


l88l. 


T\ IV A Ti fT\ TT A TTTTT AT> T~\ A T~> 

MAR 1 HA HILLARD, A. B. , 


res. 1884. 


l88l. 


ARLbl 1A M. ABBOTT, A. B. , 


res. 1888. 


1S82. 


~\/T A T> "\7 "IT* TTT? T "V 7" "NT TT A TT T? O A T> 

MARY IW-bLYJN HAKJib, A.B., 


res. 1883. 


1882. 


MARY AUbUblA btOll, A.M., 


res. 1883. 


1882. 


LUCY TAPPAN, A.B., 


res. 1883. 


1003. 


MARY SHERWOOD, 


res. 1885. 


1880. 


ABBY LEACH, Associate Professor, 1886. 


1883. 


ANNA M. JOHNSON, 


res. 1884. 


1883. 


ELLEN U. CLARK, A.M., 


res. 1886. 


1883. 


ROXANA C. COWLES, 


res. 1884. 


1883. 


ISABEL MULFORD, 


res. 1889. 


1883. 


SARAH F. SHEPPARD, 


res. 1884. 


.00 . 

I004. 


MYRA REYNOLDS, A.B., 


res. 1887. 


1884. 


ELIZABETH H. BREWER, A.B., 


res. 1887. 


T C Q A 

1 004. 


JANE E. DAVIS, A.B., 


res. 1886. 


1884. 


EMILIE ACHERT, Associate Professor, 1888. 


1885. 


JESSIE M. HOAG, 


res. 1891. 


1886. 


SOPHIA F. RICHARDSON, A.B., 




1886. 


EMMA R. STERLING, A.B., 


res. 1887. 


1886. 


MABEL R. LOOMIS, A.B., 


res. 1895. 


1887. 


MATHILDE P. LANDERER, 


res. 1888. 


1887. 


ELLA M. FREEMAN, A.B., 




1887. 


FLORENCE FOSTER, 


res. 1888, 


1887. 


*BERTHA ROBINSON, 


dec. 1890. 


1888. 


MARY W. WHITNEY, A.M., 


Professor, 1888. 


1888. 


MYRA REYNOLDS, A.B., 


res. 1892. 


1888. 


MARGARETTA PALMER, A.B., 


res. 1889. 


t 8SS 
I 000. 


LINA GUANTIERI, 


res. 1 891. 


I889. 


MARCELLA I. O'GRADY, S.B., 


Associate Prof. 1890. 


I89O. 


JEANETTE B. PERRY, A.B., 


res. 1893. 


I89O. 


ELLA C. GREENE, A.B., 


res. 1895. 


I89O. 


OTTILIE HERHOLZ, Associate Professor, 1892. 


I89I. 


SOPHIE C. NEEF, 


res. 1898- 


I89I. 


ESTHER F. BYRNES, A.B., 


res. 1893. 


I892. 


MARGUERITE SWEET, Ph.D., 


res. 1897. 


I892. 


HELEN F. EPLER, A.B. , 




I892. 


ALICE A. BERRY, A.B., 


res. 1893. 


I892. 


ELIZABETH C. PALMER, A.B., 


res. 1894. 


IS93. 


ANNIE T. NETTLETON, A. B. , 


res. 1894. 



INSTRUCTORS 



13 



1893. GRACE H. MACURDY, A.B., res. 1899. 

1893. SUSAN B. FRANKLIN, Ph.D., res. 1897 

1893. LILIAN W. JOHNSON, A.B., res. 1897. 

1893. BERTHA M. BROWN, S.B., res. 1896 

1893. HANNAH F. MACE, A. B., res. 1894 

1893. MAY MONROE, 

1894. RUTH GENTRY, Ph.D., 

1894. ISABEL N. TILLINGHAST, A.B., res. 1896 

1894. *LELIA C. DEANE, A.B., res. 1897 

1894. CAROLINE E. FURNESS, A.B., res. 1898 

1895. LAURA J. WYLIE, Ph.D., Associate Professor, 1896 
1895. FRANCES G. MARKHAM, A.B., res. 18 
1895. LAURA A. BROWNELL, A.B., res. 1898 
1895. MARY E. COOLEY, A.B., 

1895. WINIFRED BALL, A.B., res. 1899 

1895. LIDA SHAW KING, A.M., res. 1897 

1895. KATHARINE WARREN, A.B., 

1895. Mrs. JEAN C. BRACQ, res. 1896 

1885. PAULINE G. WIGGIN, A.M., res. 1897 

1895. MARY DAME, res. 1896 

1895. ELIZABETH E. BICKFORD, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof., 1898 

1896. ALICE W. WILCOX, A.B., 
1896. SARAH J. McNARY, A.M., 

1896. CORNELIA H. B. ROGERS, Ph.D., 

1896. GRACE N. KIMBALL, M.D., 

1896. EDNA CARTER, A.B., res. 1S98 

1896. CORA A. START, A.M., res. 1898 

1897. EMILIE L. WELLS, A.B., 

1897. EMILY HELEN DUTTON, A.M., 

1897. WINIFRED WARREN, Ph.D., 

1897. GERTRUDE BUCK, Ph.D., 

1897. EDITH R1CKERT, Ph.D., 

1897. ALICE E. PRATT, Ph.D., res. 1898 

1897. BERTHA J. BARTELMANN, 

1897. JAMES F.BALDWIN, Ph.D., 

1897. ELINOR L. BALDWIN, A. B., res. 1898 

1897. ELIZABETH W. SCHERMERHORN, A.M.. res. [898 

1897. REBECCA W. BRUSH, A.B., res. [899 

1898. ANNE MOORE, A.M., res. 1899 
1898. ELISABETH WOODBRIDGE, Ph.D., res, 1899 
1898. MARTHA H. SHACKFORD, A.B., res. 1899 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



1898. ALICE EVERETT, A.M., res. 1899. 

1898. LOUISE BACORN, M.L., ■ 

1898. M. CLOYD BURNLEY, A.M., 

1898. THEODORE C. SMITH, Ph.D., 

1898. ISABELLE STONE, Ph.D., 

1898. MARIE REIMER, A.B., , res. 1899. 

1898. CORINTH L. CROOK, Ph.D., res. 1899. 

1899. ELIZABETH KEMPER ADAMS, A.B., 
1899. CAROLINE ELLEN FURNESS, A.B., 
1899. FLORENCE V. KEYS, A.B., 

1899. CHARLOTTE REINECKE, 

1899. MA Y LOUISE NICHOLS, A.M., 

1899. ELIZABETH HATCH PALMER, A.B., 

1899. WINNIFRED JOSEPHINE ROBINSON, B.S., 

1899. HELEN MILDRED SLADE, A.B., 

1899. LILY GAVIT KOLLOCK, Ph.D., 

1899. JULIA FRANCES WICKER, A. B., 

1899. BEATRICE REYNOLDS, A. M. 



TEACHERS OF MUSIC 



1865. 


ELIZA M. WILEY, 


res. 1882. 


1865. 


*JULIA WIEBE, 


res. 1867. 


1865. 


EMMA L. HOPKINS, 


res. 1886. 


1865. 


CAROLINE S. C. WIEBE, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


SOPHIA L. CURTIS, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


A. AMELIA JUDD, 


res. 1866. 


1865. 


FANNY J. SMALL, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


EMILY M. GRIGGS, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


SARAH L. FISKE, 


res. 1869. 


1866. 


MARIE SUS, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


CAROLINE GIBBS, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


MARY L. ROACH, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


FRANCES A. WOOD, 


Teacher of Eng. 1870. 


1866. 


EMILY OBORNE, 


res. 1867. 


1866. 


OLIVE M. SANFORD, 


res. 1867. 


1867. 


*AUGUSTA REICHEL, 


res. 1869. 


1867. 


SARAH E. NEWMAN, 


res. 1872. 


1867. 


ANNA M. PLATT, 


res. 1875. 


1867. 


LUCY B. RALPH, 


res. 1868. 


1867. 


MARY E. PRESTON, 


res. 1872. 





INSTRUCTORS 


15 


1867 


KMMA CORN 


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i ouy. 


ANNA RAT T ART) 


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ICS. X / z. 


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XVIXT.IVI Cj XVI U JL/OOJEI/JL/, 


res. 187!- 


1 009- 


.rxvjrXN IL/O XVI. I_/vJ KJJ, 


res. 1875- 


1071. 


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1 ft "7 O 

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T Tf V F SMVTRF 
J— /i JL/ jl xv. xvx x 1 mxi/, 


res. 1877* 


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MARV I SFOTTR 
xvx rt xv x JL/ . J_> vjr u IV , 


res. 1873* 


T SlO 

X o/z. 


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res. 1 8 7 5 • 


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rpc tR"71 

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1o 75- 


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OA IV Xx IX JCX. XX U XJ JDX^IVXy , 


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ics. 1003- 


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T ATTR A ADFT T A RT TSS A R 

X/n.U J\ll JrxLJ XVI^/I-/xx DX/XoO, 11. XX. , 


res. 1 89 5* 


T R"7/-» 
I»79. 


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XTX XX XV XV IE/ X XTl.. XVWXjXxN owxn , 


roc Tftfto 
ICS. IOOU. 


1 oou. 


FMMA C RARTMAN A R 

Hi XVX XVI XT. V_^. XTX XX XV X IVIXT.XN , A. JD. , 


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1 cs. 1 00 1 . 


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1001. 


*FT T7ARFTTT R KTRRV A R 

J V 1 ^/ 1 /X X 1 X I V X X X XT. XV X XV XX X , Xi. x_>. , 


r*»c Tftftx 
1 cs. 1 X . 


T 8ft T 

1 001. 


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H/ XVX. XVX L X X_> V XX I XN XV , 


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ICS. xooz. 


Tftfto 


PT ARA T RFARNF 

LX/AJVA J. XT XV XX XV XN XV , 


ics. 109'-'. 


I OOi. 


AT AR V RFT T F T-TARTWFT L 

1VJL j. jl XV JL JL) jlL/ JL-/ JL/ 12/ XT A JLV JL V V Jl> JL/ JL/ , 


roc tRRc 
ics. 1005. 


Tftfto 


*TT)A C DpWTTT 

XX/A V_/. Lv l'j VV X X 1 , 


rlpp Tftft-2 

LlCC 1003* 


Tftft-i 

1003. 


MARV AT TPF WTT SON 

IVXxxXV X XxXvIV^ IV V V X LOW IN , 


roc t ft 
IcS. Io9 M - 


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SARAR R TTTTRRART) 
A iv xx n jtx. n \j xjxa. jlv lj , 


roc t ft/^o 

ics. 109'J. 


T ftftc 

i 00 5- 


PR ART FS ORTTRF 

v_- XX A XV JL/ XL O V T XV U JD IV , 


res. 1894- 


T ft ft ft 
IOOO. 


SARAR D WATSON A R 

OxxIVXxIX X_y. VV Xx X Ov/XN , A. JLI. , 


roc Tftfto 
ics. 1009- 


T ft/*/~V 

I 090. 


FATnJTnJTF T qtorv f p AT 

X xxXN XN 1 XL/ Xv. O X \ / XV X , r . XVX. , 


res. 1892. 




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1 1 J li li 1 \.J JLTX • V V JL V_/ JLV v ) ( 


roc 1 ftn T 
X Co. IOIJ1. 


109^- 


AVTS Rf FWFTT 

Xx V IO XJ Xv 12/ VV XL/ X X , 


res. 1893- 


T ftMT 

1093. 


TAMFS SATTVAOF ARAM 

J XxiVXXL/O OA vJ V XXV T IL/ , A. XV. XX. iVl. , 


roc t ft/\A 

ics, 109"- 


T Rr^l 


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OXxJVA VvJ\V/vjD X t 


i cs. 1 090. 


I 896. 


TDA W HTTRREI.L 

A JLV JTi. VV • A X \J X.J X-> A-J J-/ JL/ . 


1"OC T ft/x- 
I CS. X O W y . 


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I 09O. 


FRWTN f r RANLTf 

XV IV VV 1XN XDxx XN XV , 


roc t Q,iC 
ICS. I D()0. 


l8o7. 


JOHN C. GRIGGS, Ph.D., 




I899. 


KATE S. CHITTENDEN, 




I899. 


EMILY LYON PULLER. 





DIRECTORS OF THE GYMNASIUM 



1890. ANNA J. BRIDGMAN, res. 1891. 

[891. HARRIET I. BALLINTINE, 



t6 



VASSAR COLT-KGt 



TEACHERS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING 

1865. DELIA F. WOODS, res. 1866 

1866. ELIZABETH M. POWELL, res. 1870 

1870. MARY M. COLWELL, res. 1871 

1871. CORNELIA CAILIFF, res. 1872 

1872. LOIS ANNA GREENE, , res. 1875 
1875. LILLIAN TAPPAN, res. 1877 

1877. CHARLOTTE LE BRETON JOHNSON, A.B. res. 1878 

1878. HARRIET O. PALMER, A.B. , res. 1879 

1879. HELEN D. BROWN, A.B., Teacher of Eng. 1880 

1880. ADA THURSTON, A.B., res. 1883 
1883. HELEN C. PUTNAM, A.B., res. 1890 
1887. HARRIET W. FULLER, res. 1889 
1892. HARRIET B. ELLS, res. 1895 
1895. EVA G. MAY, 

1897. MARY E. ADKINS, res. 1899. 

1899. GERTRUDE STEVENSON. 

MASTERS OF HORSEMANSHIP 

1866. LEOPOLE von SELDENECK, res. 1871. 

1871. FRANK AUGUSTUS von MENTZDORFF, res. 1873. 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF GROUNDS 
AND BUILDINGS 

1875. *WILLIAM F. FORBY, res. 187S. 

1878. BENSON VAN VLIET. 



ALUMN/E 

1867 

Maria Loraine Dickinson, b. Detroit, Mich.; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 
81 Alfred St., Detroit; m. Thomas S. McGraw, Nov. 19, 1S67; 
2 sons. 

Elizabeth Louise Geiger, b. Washington, Pa. ; c. r. Marion, O. ; 
p. r. 124 S. State St., Marion; m. Wm. R. McMahbn, M.D., 
March 16, 1874; 2 sons; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1867-9; Phy- 
sician and teacher, Marion; M.D., Horn. Med. Coll., St. Louis, 
Mo., 1875. 

Harriette Anna Warner, b. Burlington, Vt. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich. ; 
p. r. 74 Pitcher St., Detroit; m. Wm. M. Bishop (d.), October 
13, 1870; 1 son, 2 daughters; teacher, Hannibal, Mo., 1868-70, 
Detroit, Mich., 1878—. 

Helen Douglas Woodward, b. Plattsburgh; c. r. Plattsburgh ; 
p. r. Plattsburgh; principal high school, 1879—; A.M., Cornell, 
1893. 

1868 

Mary Lavinia Avery, b. South Glastonbury, Conn. ; c. r. New 
York; p. r. Gramercy Park, New York; teacher, Vassar Coll. , 
1873-80, Whitewater, Wis., 1880-7; editorial assistant, Century 
Dictionary, 1887-92; teacher in library school, Pratt Institute, 
Brooklyn, 1892-8; librarian (musical collections) Lenox Library, 
1898—; p. contributions to periodicals and Century Dictionary. 

Anna Louise Baker, b. Norwalk, O. ; c. r. Norwalk ; m. James F. 
Brooks, June 5, 1873. 

Elizabeth Reynolds Beckwith, b. Stissing; c. r. Stissing; p. r. 
Stissing; teacher, Stissing, 1868-71, FreepOrt, 111., 1S71-2, New 
York, 1874-7, Nor. Coll., New York, 1S77— . 

*Sarah Louise Blatchley, b. N. Madison, Conn; c. r. New Ha- 
ven, Conn; d. San Diego, Cal., Mar. 13, 1873. 



tS 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Julia Electa Bush, b. Houseville; c. r. Turin; p. r. Locust 
Grove; m. Clinton L. Merriam (d.), June 7, 1894; teacher. 

Isabella Caster, ; b. Chicopee Falls, Mass.; c. r. Chicopee Falls; 
p. r. 406 Walnut Place, Syracuse; m. D. P. Rhoades, Oct. 28, 
1874; 1 son, 1 daughter; preceptress, Ithaca Academy, 1869-70; 
A.M., Vassar, 1872; p. short poems. 

Achsah Mount Ely, b. Manalapan, N. J. ; c. r. Manalapan ; p. r. 
Vassar College ; teacher, Suffield, Conn., 1868-70, Hightstown, 
N. J., 1872-6, Nor. Coll., New York, 1876-87 ; professor of 
mathematics, Vassar Coll., 1887 — . 

Anna Maria Evans, b. McKeesport, Pa.; c. r. McKeesport; p. r. 
McKeesport; m. J. W. Bailie, Sept. 22, 1875; 2 sons, 2 daugh- 
ters. 

Gertrude Frothingham, b. Caledonia; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 22 
Bartlett St., Rochester; m. A. R. Williams, Dec. 24, 1868; 2 
sons, 2 daughters; teacher, Petroleum Center and Oil City, Pa., 
1869-75; teacher and organist, Rochester, 1875—. 

Sarah Mariva Glazier, b. Hartford, Conn.; c. r. Hartford; p. r. 
719 S. 16th St., Lincoln, Neb.; m. Rev. J. M. Bates, Oct. 10, 
1876; 3 sons, 1 daughter; teacher, Chelsea, Mass., 1870; prof, 
of astronomy and physics, Buchtel Coll., Akron, O., 1873; prof, 
of mathematics and astronomy, Wellesley Coll., 1875; graduate 
student, Univ. of Neb.; A.M., Vassar, 1872. 

*Clara Eaton Glover, b. Waltham, Mass : c. r. Lawrence, Mass. ; 
m. Edwin Ginn, Sept. n, 1869; 2 sons, 2 daughters; teacher, 
Lawrence, 1868-9; d. Winchester, Mass., Oct. 17, 1890. 

*Mary Beulah Griggs, b. Centre Rutland, Vt. ; c. r. Centre Rut- 
land; m. Rev. J. C. Fernald, Apr. 28, 1869; d. Granville, O., 
June 7, 1870. 

Mary Virginia Higinbotham, b. Bath Co., Ky. ;c. r. Leavenworth, 
Kan.; p. r. Leavenworth; m. Lucien Baker, Nov. 28, 1872; 1 
son, 1 daughter. 

*Maria Louisa Hoyt, b. New York; c. r. Stamford, Conn.; m. 
T.-H. Porter, Nov/3, 1870; 3 sons; d. Stamford, Conn., Dec. 13. 
1891. 

Cornelia Porter Leland, b. Bath; c. r. Mechanicsville ; p. r. Bea- 
trice, Neb. ; m. Rev. Robert Scott, Oct. 24, 1889. 



ALUMNA 



19 



Louise Friend Parsons, b Gloucester, Mass. ; c. r. Gloucester; p. 
r. 20 Highland St., Gloucester; m. Edward S. Eveleth, Oct. 17, 
1878; teacher, New Haven, Conn., 1865-6, Charlestown, Mass., 
1S71-3, Providence, R. I., 1873-8; A.M., Vassar, 1869. 

*Mary Reybold, b. Delaware City, Del. ; c. r. Delaware City ; m. 
Stiles Kennedy, M.D., Jan. 24, 1872; 2 sons, 1 daughter; d. St. 
Louis, Mich., Mar. 22, 1878. 

Mary Prentice Rhoades, b. Geneva ; c. r. Ithaca ; p. r. Brock- 
port; teacher, Ithaca, 1868-71, Columbus, O., 1871-3, Syracuse, 
1873-80, Nor. Sc., Brockport, 1880—. 

Maria Stagg, b. Paterson, N. J. ; c. r. Paterson ; p. r. 422 Main 
St., Paterson; m. H. O. Fulton (d.), Oct. 18, 1871; 1 son, 3 
daughters; teacher, Springfield, Mo., 1869-70, Waverly, 1870-1. 

*Sarah Tappan Stoddard, b. Oroomiah, Persia; c. r. Northamp- 
ton, Mass.; teacher, Charleston, N. H., 1868-70, Northampton, 
1870-2; d. Northampton, July 1, 1873. 

Helen Landon Storke, b. Throop; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 167 Whit- 
man St., Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Auburn, 1869-71, Cleveland, 
O., 1871-4, Wellesley Coll., 1875-6, Olivet Coll., 1877, White- 
water Nor. Sc., 1877-80, Cleveland, 1880—; p. (with Mr. J. B. 
Smiley) Beginners' Latin Book. 

Helen Frances Warner, b. Pittsford, Vt. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich.; 
p. r. 53 Adams Ave., W., Detroit; physician, Detroit; M.D., 
Michigan. 

Martha Spooner Warner, b. Burlington, Vt. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich. ; 
p. r. 74 Pitcher St., Detroit. 

Mary Watson Whitney, b. Waltham, Mass.; c. r. Waltham ; p. 
r. Vassar College; teacher, Vassar Coll., 8 years; prof, of as- 
tronomy, 1888 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1872; p. Longitude of Smith 
College Observatory (Harvard Annals, vol. 29) ; contributor to 
Astronomical Journal, Astronomische Nachrichten, and other 
periodicals. 

*Genevieve Blanche Whittemore, b. DeRuyter; c. r, Little 
Falls; m. A. M. Prentice, Oct. 28, 1874; 1 son ; teacher, Forest- 
ville, Bath; d. Little Falls, May 29, 1876. 



20 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



l86 9 

Lillie Adams, b. Amherst, Mass.; c. r. Amherst; p. r. 83 S. 
Pleasant St., Amherst; m. Prof. G. S. Atwood, Mar. 13, 1873; 6 
sons. 

Ellen Watkins Babcock, b. New York; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 103 
E. 39th St., New York; m. Wm. R. Brown, May 7, 1872 ; 3 sons; 
p. contributions to newspapers. 

Sophia Bagg, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. 5 West St., Utica. 

Lily Kendall Beers, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 109 Ave. 
Henri Martin, Paris, France; m. Leon J. Berthelot de la Boile- 
verie, Nov. 9, 1882; 2 sons. 

Mary Morris Bonbright, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; 
m. Capt, F. A. Mahan, U. S. Engineers, Nov. 21, 1878. 

Sophia Rice Burnham, b. Glens Falls ; c. r. Glens Falls ; p. r. 
Glens Falls. 

Agnes Louise Carter, b. Waltham, Mass. ; c. r. Worcester, Mass. ; 
p. r. Lakeside, 111.; m. Andrew Davis, Apr. 27, 1876; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

Mary Emma Colby, b. Manchester, Mass.; c. r. New York; p. r. 
43 N. Fullerton Ave., Montclair, N. J. ; m. M. H. Smith, May 23, 
1876; 2 daughters, 1 son ; teacher, Rutgers Coll., Harlem, 

1869- 70, Vassar Coll., 1871-2. 

*Emma Frances Collins, b. Westfield, Mass.; c. r. Westfield; d. 
Westfield, June 27, 1874. 

Mary Jane Constant, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 326 
Lincoln Ave., Orange, N. J.; m. Theodore Wilson, Oct. 14, 
1874; 2 daughters. 

Sarah Eliza Daniels, b. Montrose, Pa. ; c. r. Mechanicsville ; p. 
r. Claverack; teacher, Selinsgrove, Pa., 1869-70, Poughkeepsie, 

1870- 2, Rutgers Fem. Coll., New York, 1872-4, New York, 
1874-99; A.M., Rutgers Fern. Coll., 1884. 

Caroline Davis, b. New York; c. r. New York; m. W. A. Martin, 
Jan. 20, 1881; M.D., Bern, Switzerland, 1878. 

Julia Katherine de Clercq, b. Cazenovia; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. 
r. 344 S. 2nd St., San Jose, Cal. ; m. B. J. Moore, June 3, 1S73; 
1 son. 



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Lilias Adelaide DeGolyer, b. Troy; c. r. Troy; p. r. North 
Scituate, Mass. ; m. G. C. Baldwin, Jr., Dec. 23, 1S69. 

*Laura Gay, b. Walton; c. r. Walton; teacher, Delhi, 1869-70, 
Walton, 1870; d. Walton, July 29 1894. 

Mary Livingston Gilbert, b. Ware, Mass.; c. r. Ware; p. r. 
Pittsfield, Mass. ; m. J. H. Hinsdale, June 23, 1S70; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

*Annie Maria Glidden, b. Junior Furnace, O. ; c. r. Portsmouth, 
O. ; m. F. M. Houts, July 29, 1874; d. Decatur, Tex., Dec. 12, 
1S88. « 

*Abby Frances Goodsell. b. Geneva Lake, Wis. ; c. r. Northfield, 
Minn.; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1871-7; lady principal, Wilson 
Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1877-S1, lady principal, Vassar Coll., 
18S1-91; d. San Diego, Cal., Sept. 19, 1893. 

Emma Lucretia Hubbard, b. Easthampton, Mass. ; c. r. Spring- 
field, Mass. ; p. r. 30 Essex St., Holyoke, Mass. ; teacher, Spring- 
field, 1869-71, 1877-9; Holyoke, Mass., 1875-7, Norton, Mass., 
1880-4, Hatfield, Mass., 18S6-93; LL.B., Michigan, 1873, A.M., 
Vassar, 1873. 

Cornelia Augusta Lacey, b. New York; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 
147 Amity St., Brooklyn; m. Richard Lacey, Feb. 12, 1873; 2 
daughters, 2 sons. 

Christine Ladd, b. Windsor, Conn. ; c. r. Windsor; p. r. 1507 Park 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. ; m. Fabian Franklin, Ph.D., Aug. 24, 
1882; 1 daughter; teacher, Hollidaysburg, Pa.. Washington, 
Pa., Chelsea. Union Springs; fellow, Johns Hopkins Univ., 
1879-82; student, Harvard Univ., 1872-3; LL.D., Vassar. 1S87; 
author; p. The Pascal Hexagram. De Morgan's Extension of the 
Algebraic Processes, Note on Segments made on Lines by Curves, 
Amer. Jour, of Math.; Some Proposed Reforms in Common 
Logic, On Natural Kinds, Schroeder's Logik. Dr. Hillebrand's 
Syllogistic Scheme, On Theories of Light-sensation, Ebbing- 
haus' Theories of Color Vision, Mind ; A Method for the Experi- 
mental Determination of the Horopter, On Some Characteristics 
of Symbolic Logic, Am. Jour, of Psychol.; Eine neue Theorie 
der Lichtempfindungen, Zeitsch. f iir Psychologic und Phvsio- 
logic der SinnesorganS ; Intuition and Reason, The Mom's/; 
Color-sensation Theory, Effect of Fatigue on the Sensation of 



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Color, The Formal Defect of Vision in the Forea, Prof. Miil- 
ler's Theory of the Light-Sense, Psychol. Rev.; Education in 
the Southern States, Women in America; articles and reviews 
in Nation, Science, Atlantic, Century; assoc. editor of Dic- 
tionary of Philosophy and Psychology. 

Ella Mary Liggett, b. Xenia, O. ; c. r. Leavenworth, Kan. ; p. 
r. 73 Stimson Place, Detroit, Mich.; teacher, Pittsburg, 1869- 
70, Vassar Coll., 1872-4, Cincinnati, O., 1876-8; principal, De- 
troit Home and Day School, 1878— 

Katharine Amelia Morrison, b. Ashtabula, O. ; c. r. Ashtabula ; 
p. r. 5 Fisk St., Ashtabula; m. A. H. Chapin, Dec. 15, 1875; 2 
daughters, 1 son; teacher, Meadville, Pa., 18 70-1, Ashtabula, 
1 87 1 ; bookkeeper, Ashtabula, 1874-5. 

Mary Ross, b. Coudersport, Pa. ; c. r. Coudersport ; p. r. Ash- 
burn, Loudoun Co., Va. ; m. Alfred Stanton, Nov. 16, 1876; 3 
daughters. 

Elizabeth Stanford Sayre, b. Lexington, Ky. ; c. r, Lewis Co., 
Mo.; m. W. F. Smith, Dec. 30, 1875; farmer. 

*Kate Augusta Sill, b. Warren, Pa. ; c. r. Warren; prin. Bishop 
Whitaker's School, Reno, Nev. ; d. Virginia City, Nev., Nov. 
30, 1881. 

Sarah Lucretia Lyra Stilson, b. Arracan, British India; c. r. 
Nunda ; p. r. 80 Willoughby St. , Brooklyn ; teacher, Brooklyn ; 
p. contributions to periodicals. 

Belle Alice Strong, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 12 
Reynolds St., Rochester; m. H. S. Miller, May 15, 1872; 5 sons. 

Eliza Sophia Talcott, b. West Hartford, Conn. ; c. r. West Hart- 
ford; p. r. West Hartford; teacher, 1871-82; assistant librarian 
Hartford Public Library, 1888-95. 

Emily Tolman, b. Dennis, Mass. ; c. r. Tew T ksbury, Mass. ; p. r. 
Arlington, Mass. ; teacher, Rockford, 111., 1872-3, Hampton, 
Va. ; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Pauline Waddington, b. Salem Co., N. J.; c. r. Salem, N. J.; 
p. r. 1 140 Druid Hill Ave., Baltimore, Md. ; m. R. H. Holme, 
Oct. 11, 1883; 2 daughters, 1 son; teacher, Salem, 1869-83; p. 
leaflets on philanthropic topics. 



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Julia Clara White, c. r. Brooklyn. 

Elizabeth Johnson Williams, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Leaven- 
worth, Kan. ; p. r. 96 5th Ave., New York; m. J. Wells Champ- 
ney, May 15, 1873; 1 son, 1 daughter; author; p. thirty-seven 
books, chiefly juveniles; in 1899, Romance of the Feudal 
Chateaux. 

*Susan Wright, b. Newburgh; c. r. Newburgh; m. C. A. Birnie. 
Dec. 1872; Asst. State Supt. Pub. Instruct, of Kansas, 1871-2; 
d. Spuyten Duyvil, Mar. 10, 1883. 

1870 

Kate Effie Brown, b. Norvvalk, O. ; c. r. Norwalk ; p. r. 4860 
Fountain Ave. , St. Louis, Mo.; m. Frank Goodnow, Dec. 20, 
1 871 ; 3 sons. 

Frances Eva Case, b. Vernon; c. r. Vernon; p. r. 1527 Pine St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; teacher, Philadelphia, since 1876. 

Mary Chumar, b. Trenton, N. J. ; c. r. Trenton ; p. r. 140 W. 46th 
St., New York; m. G. G. Trask (d.), Oct. 13, 1875 ; 1 son; teacher, 
Nor. Sc. 1 87 1-3; artist. 

Lepha Nash Clarke, b. Hadley, Mass.; c. r, Hadley: p. r. The 
Sloan School, Bayonne, N. J. ; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1866-72. 

Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
Nantucket, Mass,; artist; A.M., Vassar, 1876. 

Viola Regla Crowe, b. New York; c. r. Hudson, Wis. ; m. Hor- 
ace Barlow, Feb. 21, 1872 ; teacher ; farmer 14 yrs. ; editorial work 
3 yrs. ; p. reviews, short stories, poems, etc. 

^Elizabeth Stiles Curtis, b. Woodbury, Conn. ; c. r. Woodbury; 
m. E. F. Cole, Jan. 3, 1878 ; d. Woodbury, Jan. 11, 18S2. 

Jenny Wilson Demarest, b. Jersey City, N. J. ; c. r. Paterson, 
N. J.; p. r. 1014 Caroline St., Houston, Tex. ; m. S. M. Rush- 
more, Mar. 29, 1871 ; 2 sons, 2 daughters. 

Jane Anna Denton, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. Stanford 
Univ., Cal. 

Annie Isabelle Hatt, b. Hoboken, N. J.; c, r. New York; p p, 
Univ. of Chicago; m. Prof. Hermann E, von Hoist, Apr, 83, 
1872; 1 son, 1 daughter. 



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Helen Clara Higgins, b. New York; c. r. New York; p, r. Hud- 
son. 

*Sarah Elma Hoskins, b. Summerfield, N. C. ; c. r. Summerfield ; 
m. F. S. Blair, May 30, 1872; 3 daughters, 1 son; teacher, 1870- 
80; d. Summerfield, July 18, 1880. 

Frances Hoyt, b. Stamford, Conn.; c. r. Stamford; p. r. Stam- 
ford; m. Schuyler Merritt, Oct. 21, 1879; 2 daughters. 

.Flora Lewis Hughes (Mrs.), b. Petersburgh ; c. r. Dayton, O. ; 
p. r. 920 Richard St., Dayton, O. ; m. (1) C. Hughes, Apr. 
22, 1858, (2) Maj. Ambrose Hodge, July 9, 1878; 1 son. 

Jeannette Philena Huntington, b. Shaftsbury, Vt. ; c. r. Roches- 
ter; p. r. 1501 W. 6th Ave., Topeka, Kan. ; m. E. F. Ware, Oct. 
22, 1874; 4 daughters, 1 son; teacher; p. contributions to news- 
papers and magazines. 

Mary Gertrude Mead, b. Torquay, Devonshire, Eng. ; c. r. New 
York ; p. r. Morgan Hall, Fairford, Gloucestershire, Eng. ; m. E. 
A. Abbey, April 22, 1890. 

Lillie Merrick, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Orange, N. J. ; p. r. Church 
Lane, Germantown, Pa.; m. C. E. Morgan, Jr., Apr. 27, 1875; 
2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Mary Anna Mineah, b. Dryden ; c. r. Dry den ; p. r. Dryden ; 
teacher, 1870-84; principal, Chicago, 111., 1887-97: A.M., Vas- 
sar, 1884. 

Mary Harriott Norris, b. Boonton, N. J. ; c. r. Boonton ; p. r. 
New York; teacher, Elmira and New York; principal, Wyom- 
ing, Pa., and New York; dean of women, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. ; author; p. articles and short stories for 
various papers; edited Silas Marner, Marmion, Evangeline, 
Quentin Durward, for students' series; thirteen juvenile stories 
and novels. 

Harriet Olivia Palmer, b. Sheffield, Mass, ; c. r. Great Barring- 
ton, Mass. ; p. r. Pittsfield, Mass. ; m. E. T. Slocum, Aug. 3, 
1881. 

Mary Angeline Parker, b. Lisbon, N. H. ; c. r. Lisbon ; p. r. 39 
Rumford St., Concord, N. H. ; m. A. B. Woodworth, Sept. 30, 
1873; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 



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Mary Louise Rice, b. Lyons; c. r. Lyons; p. r. New York; m. 

D. W.Crane, June 12, 1873. 
Cynthia Weed Ritch, b. Stamford, Conn. ; c. r. Stamford; p. r. 

109 Atlantic St., Stamford; teacher, Stamford, 1872-96. 

Ella Corilla Robinson, b. Middleboro, Mass. ; c. r. Middleboro; 
p. r. 28 Glenwood St.. Brockton, Mass. ; teacher, Middleboro, 
Mass., 1882, Johnsville; tutor; teacher's certificate, Bridgewater 
Nor. Sc. 1888. 

Lucinda Vail Rushmore, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Mamaroneck; p. r. 
316 W. 81st St., New York; m. W. T. Cornell, Nov. 25, 1874; 2 
daughters. 

*Sarah Edwards Schuyler, b. Jersey City, N. J. ; c. r. Bergen 

Point, N. J. ; d. June, 1897. 
Kate Austin Seeley, b. Austinburg, O. ; c. r. Ironton, O. ; p. r. 

Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. ; m. A. H. Tuttle, Aug. 

7, 1873; 1 son i 2 daughters; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Ellen Adee Skeel, b. New York; c. r. Newburgh ; p. r. 1019 15th 
St., Washington, D. C. ; m. D. G. Adee, July 18, 1878; 2 daugh- 
ters, 1 son. 

Elizabeth Drinker Storer, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati; 
p. r. Asheville, N. C. ; teacher, Swarthmore Coll., Vassar Coll., 
1878-81, Cincinnati, 1881-8. 
! Sophia Dickerman Storke, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 167 
Whitman St., Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Auburn, Cleveland; A.M., 
Vassar, 1894. 

I Ellen Henrietta Swallow, b. Dunstable, Mass.; c. r. Worces- 
ter, Mass.; p. r. 32 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain, Mass.; m. Robert 
Hallowell Richards, June 4, 1875; student in chemistry, M. I. T., 
1871-3; assistant to Prof. Wm. Ripley Nichols, 1872-5; in- 
structor in Woman's Laboratory, M. I. T., 1876-84; instructor 
insanitary chemistry, M. I. T., 1884 — ; alumna trustee, 1894- 
1900; A.M., Vassar, 1873; S.B., M. I. T., 1873; p. twenty papers 
embodying results of investigations in chemistry; many articles 
on food adulteration, special dietaries, manual training; several 
leaflets in Rumford Kitchen Series; articles on general sub- 
jects for Outlook and other periodicals ; books, First Lessons on 
Minerals; The Cost of Living; Air, Water and Food in Rela- 
tion to Health ; (in collaboration) Home Sanitation ; The Science 
of Nutrition ; The Chemistry of Cooking and Cleaning. 



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Emma Corning Sweetser, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
27 W. 53d St., New York; m. Edward Winslow, Mar. 6, 1873; 

1 daughter ; p. contributions to newspapers. 

Harriette Amelia Trumbull, b. Little Falls; c. r. Fort Plain; p. 
r. 6 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn; m. J. H. Williams, May 30, 1876; 

2 sons, 2 daughters. 

Amanda Woods Woods, b. Enfield, Mass. ; c. r. Enfield; p. r. En- 
field; m. G. C. Ewing (d.), Apr. 20, 1882; 2 daughters, 1 son. 

1871 

Ida Wood Adams, b. Huntington ; c. r. Huntington ; p. r. 243 W. 
99th St., New York; m. J. W. Shepard, Apr. 24, 1879; 1 son 
1 daughter; teacher, Danbury, 1874-9. 

*Mary Clinton, b. Springfield, 111.; c. r. Springfield; m. C, O. 
Wederkinch, May 4, 1874; d. Virginia City, Nev., Apr. 10, 1875. 

Amelia Wilgus Esty, b. Ithaca; c. r. Ithaca; p. r. 303 N. Aurora 
St., Ithaca; m. C. D. Stowell, Dec. 18, 1873; 1 daughter, 2 sons. 

Ellen Minot Folsom, b. Charlestown, Mass. ; c. r. Concord, 
Mass. ; p. r. 19 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. ; teacher, Syracuse, 
1871-2, Boston, 1872-80; principal of private school, Boston, 
1887. 

Emma H. Garnsey, b. Ballston Lake ; c. r. Ballston Lake ; p. r. 
634 Catherine St., Syracuse; m. E. A. Kingsley (d.), Feb. 29, 
1872; 1 son; teacher, Syracuse, 18S1 — . 

*Marie Otheman Glover, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; m. S. 
W. Holman, July 1, 1884; chemist; grad. M.I. T., 1881; A.M., 
Vassar, 1881 ; d. Boston, May 5, 1885. 

Emma Lucinda Hawks, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. San 
Dimas, Cal. ; teacher, Los Angeles, Cal., 1874-7, Rochester, 
1877-8, New Brunswick, N. J., 1878-82; preceptress, Los An- 
geles, Cal., 1882-94; fruitgrower, 1894—. 

Dora Hileman, b. Altoona, Pa.; c. r. Altoona; p. r. 57 Willow 
Ave., Plainfield, N. J. ; m. E. J. Waring, Jan. 12, 1875; 4 sons, 
1 daughter. 

Euphemi a W. Hopper, b. Hackensack, N. J. ; c. r. Hackensack; 
p. r. Hackensack. 



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Mary Crocker House, b. Waterford; c. r. Waterford; p. r. The 
Warren, Roxbury, Mass. ; teacher, Whitehall, 1878-80, Lock- 
port, 111., 1880-2. 

*Kate Gordon Jewett, b. Knoxville, Tenn. ; c. r. Jewett Mills, 
Wis.; m. G. W. Horton, Mar. 25, 1875; 2 sons; d. Wahpeton, 
N. D., June 22, 1899. 

Louise La Due, b. Shokan ; c. r. Cumberland, Md. ; p. r. Stam- 
ford, Conn. ; m. J. T. Williams, Mar. 19, 1874; 2 sons, 3 daugh- 
ters. 

Sarah Borden Durfee Lewis, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. 
r. 16 Ash St., Cambridge, Mass.; teacher, Fall River, 1876-8, 
Cleveland, 1879-81; private school, Brooklineand Boston, 1887- 
96, Washington, D. C, 1896-9, Cambridge and Boston, 1899- 
1900. 

Kate Augusta Loveland, b. Westport; c. r. Janesville, Wis. ; p. 
r. 614 Holland Ave., Saginaw, Mich. ; m. R. H. Roys, Nov. 26, 
1874; 3 sons. 

*Fannie Zerviah Lovell, b. Climax, Mich. ; c. r. Climax; m. H. 
B. Colman, Jan. 17, 1883; 1 son; teacher, Kalamazoo, Mich., 8 
years; d. Kalamazoo, Dec. 16, 1884. 

Sarah Preston Monks, b. Cold Spring; c. r. Cold Spring; teacher, 
Los Angeles, Cal. ; A.M., Vassar, 1876. 

*Mary Shelton Nicoll, b. Islip; c. r. Islip; m. C. M. Woodbury, 
June 26, 1879; d. Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 4, 1890. 

Susan Raymond, b. Syracuse; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 123 Henry St., 
Brooklyn. 

Annie Elizabeth Rowe, b. New Hackensack; c. r. New Hacken- 
sack; p. r. New Hackensack. 

Angie Louise Sanford, b. Boston, Mass; c. r. N. Adams, Mass.; 
p. r, 401 Linden St., Camden, N. J. ; m. E. M. Howard, 1874; 
I sons, 3 daughters; teacher, New York, 1872-3, Bridgeton, N. 
J., 1873-5. 

•♦Clarissa Ann Stockwell, b, Coleaville: c r. Springfield, Pa.; 
teacher, Wellville; d. Hammonton, N. J., July 23, 1879. 



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1872 

Anna Blackmar, b. Newark ; c. r. Newark ; p. r. Newark. 

Maria Porter Brace, b. Perm Yan ; c. r. Leavenworth, Kan. ; p. 
r. Omaha, Neb. , Headquarters Dept. of the Mo. ; m. Lieut. - 
Col. J. P. Kimball, Feb. 3, 1892; 1 son; teacher, Vassar Coll. 
and New York, 1880-91 ; p. A Textbook of Elocution, and 
contributions to periodicals. 

Sarah Affia Catlin, b. Shoreham, Vt. ; c. r. Crown Point; p. r. 
Warsaw, Ind. ; teacher, 1880-2. 

Ida Corson, b. Plymouth Meeting, Pa. ; c. r. Plymouth Meeting ; 
p. r. 914 Farragut Square, Washington, D. C. 

Lucy Eliott Crockett, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston; p. r. 167 
Lake Ave. , Newton Center, Mass.; m. Samuel Adams Shan- 
non, Jan. 12, 1882; 1 daughter. 

Alice Dinsmoor, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Sterling, 111. ; p. r. 525 
Clinton Ave., Brooklyn; teacher, Troy, O., 1872-3, Brooklyn, 
1873-5, 1877-1900; p. contributions to newspapers. 

Wilimena Hannah Eliot, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. ; p. r. 128 Henry St., Detroit, Mich. ; m. J. E. Emerson, 
Dec. 25, 1877; 3 sons; A.M., Vassar, 1874, M.D., New York, 
1877; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Abby Farwell, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. Lake Forest, 
111. ; m. W. H. Ferry, Oct. 12, 1875; 5 sons; p. essays and stories 
in various periodicals. 

^Charlotte Elizabeth Finch, b. New York ; c. r. Morrisania ; 
organist and teacher of music, Vassar Coll. , 1872-82; organist 
and sec' y to the President, 1882-5; A.M., Vassar, 1881; d. New 
York, Oct. 1, 1885. 

Annie Barker Folger, b. Nantucket, Mass. ; c. r. New York; p. 
r. Nantucket, Mass. 

Alla Wright Foster, b. Worcester, Mass. ; c. r. Worcester; p. r. 
Hotel Eliot, Roxbury, Mass.; teacher, Worcester, Mass., 1873-4, 
Cincinnati, O., 1874-5, Boston, Mass., 1877-80, 1883—; A.M., 
Cornell, 1876. 

Agnes Wilford Hall, b. Wallingford, Conn.; c. r. Wallingford; 
p. r. New York, (box 1955); m. F. H. Hall, Dec. 7, 1880. 



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Harriet Robinson Harrington, b. Bennington, Vt. ; c. r. Ben- 
nington ; m. W. F. Sears, Oct. 22, 1885; teacher, New York and 
Brooklyn, 1873-85. 

Ella Strait Hollister, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati ; p. r. 
267 Southern Ave., Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati; teacher, Cincin- 
nati, 1878-9, 1881-7. 

Elizabeth Pomeroy Kirby, b. Jacksonville, 111. ; c. r. Jacksonville ; 
p. r. 93 Rockview Ave. , Plainfield, N. J. ; teacher, New York, 
1881-93, Chicago, 1894-6; student, Chicago Univ. 

Mary Alice Loomis, b. Binghamton ; c. r. Binghamton ; p. r. Bing- 
hamton. 

*Elizabeth Merrell, c. r. New York; d. New York, May, 1875. 

Sarah Olive Peck (name by adoption ; family name, Olive Ham- 
lin, resumed 1899), b. Rochester, Mich. ; c. r. Rochester, N. 
Y. ; p. r. 29 Guernsey St. , Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Sing Sing; 
matron of Reformatory Home for Young Women, 1884 — . 

Mary Jeannette Rawson, b. Andover, O. ; c. r. Kingsville, O. ; 
p. r. 1420 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. ; teacher, Jamestown, 
Akron, O. , Detroit, Mich., Philadelphia; journalist, editorial 
work for American Baptist Publication Society. 

Anna Eliza Richardson, b. Upper Gilmanton, N. H. ; c. r. 
Brooklyn; p. r. 120 Montague St. , Brooklyn; teacher. 

Sarah Elizabeth Rollinson, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. Brook- 
lyn; p. r. 26 Garfield Place, Poughkeepsie ; m. Henry Booth. 
Apr. 16, 1874; 3 sons, 2 daughters. 

Alice Deming Seelye, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
159 N. Fulton Ave., Mt. Vernon; m. Egisto Rossi, Apr. 29. 
1886; 2 sons, 2 daughters; teacher, i}/ 2 yrs. 

*Mary F. Slocum, b. N. Pownal, Vt. ; c. r. Bennington, Vt. ; m- 
Frederick Harrington, Oct. 22, 1890; 1 son ; teacher, N. Adams, 
Mass., Fairhaven, Vt. ; d. Bennington, Apr. 15, 1896. 

Ada Stanton, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Farmwell, Va. 

Sarah McMeens Stem, b. Tiffin, O. ; c. r. Sandusky, O. ; p. r. 
323 Washington St., Sandusky. 

Hattie Lucinda Thornton, b. Watertown; c. r. Watertown; p. 
r. Tuscola, III; m. John Krvin, Oct. 17, 187S. 



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Mary Elizabeth Van Etten, b. Albany; c. r. Dryden. 

Martha Mercella Waldron, b. Otselic ; c. r. Otselic ; p. r. Hamp- 
ton Institute, Hampton, Va. ; physician, Hampton Inst, since 
1881; M.D., Woman's Med. Coll. of Pa., 1881, A.M., Vassar, 
1 88 1 ; p. The Indian Health Question, Indian Com. Report, 1890, 
The Relation of the School to the Indian Health Question. 

Alice Mary Wetmore, b. Warren, Pa. ; c. r. Warren ; p. r. War- 
ren; m. J. P. Jefferson, June 6, 1877. 

i873 

Elizabeth Owen Abbot, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Providence ; 
p. r. 1227 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. ; teacher, Cincinnati, O., 
1876-89; registrar, Barnard Coll., 1889-91; teacher, Philadel- 
phia, 1893-8. 

^Isabel- Angell, b. Hanover Center ; c. r. Forestville ; teacher, 
5 years; d. Forestville, July 17, 1887. 

Abbie Anna Bartlett, b. Gardiner, Me. ; c. r. Gardiner. 

Jennie Holbrook Beach, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 9 
W. 20th St. , New York ; m. Marquis Cossitt Gasper, June 9, 
1895. 

Julia Esther Bell, b. Greenwich, Conn. ; c. r. Greenwich; 
p. r. Greenwich; teacher, until 1897. 

Nannie Jenckes Brayton, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River; 
p. r. 19 Chestnut St., Salem, Mass. ; m. (1) N. E. Borden, Jan. 
i, 1874, (2) H. W. Peabody, Dec. 21, 1892; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Elizabeth Hale Brewer, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. Stock- 
bridge, Mass. ; p. r. care Rev. T. D. Christie, British P. O., 
Constantinople, Turkey; teacher ; A.M., Beloit; p. contributions 
to papers. 

Julia Electa Chapin, b. E. Bloomfield; c. r. E. Bloomfield; p. r. 
763 St. Paul St., Rochester; m. Dr. C. W. Wilbor, Dec. 26, 1878; 
2 sons, 3 daughters. 

Alice Maurice Chumar, b. Trenton, N. J. ; c. r. Trenton ; p. r. 
140 W. 46th St., New York ; m. W. S. Belville, June 5, 1878. 

*Lucy Foster Corliss, b. Gloucester, Mass. ; c. r. Gloucester ; 
teacher, Gloucester, 1873-4 ; d. Rockport, Mass., July 17, 1874. 



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Sarah Sophia Dana, b. Danville, Vt. ; c. r. St. Johnsburg, Vt. ; 
m. Chester Loomis, Aug. 23, 1883 ; teacher, Syracuse, 8 yrs. 

Ida Jane Duck, b. Benton, O. ; c. r. Salem, O. 

Frances Eloise Durand, b. Racine, Wis. ; c. r. Racine; p. r. 537 
N. State St., Chicago, 111. 

Caroline Maria Gerrish, b. Portland, Me. ; c. r. Portland ; p. r. 
Englewood, N. J. ; principal and teacher, private school, Engle- 
wood. 

Emily Call Griffith, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. Mrs. 
Piatt's School, Utica; teacher, Chambersburg, Pa., 1873-5, 
Utica, 1875 — . 

Helen Cornelia Hiscock, b. Tully; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 57 Liv- 
ingston St., Brooklyn; m. T. J. Backus, July 16, 1883; teacher, 
Vassar Coll., 1875-83; alumna trustee, 1887 — ; A.M., Vassar, 
1878; p. contributions to periodicals, Outlines of English Litera- 
ture, (collaboration). 

Mary Adams Hopson, b. Kent, Conn. ; c. r. Bridgeport, Conn. ; 
p. r. Kent; teacher, Bridgeport, Conn., 1873-4, 1883-4; P- con- 
tributions to local papers. 

Elizabeth Goodridge Houghton, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; 
p. r. 1881 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 

Grace Bayley Jewett, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 38 N. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie; m. A. C. Bunce, Dec. 20, 
1876; 2 sons, 3 daughters. 

Cornelia Knowles, b. Lyons ; c. r. Bridgeport, Conn. ; p. r. 
60 High St., Passaic, N. J. ; m. F. E. Fitch, June 26, 1877 ; 2 
sons, 1 daughter; teacher, Brooklyn, 1 year, Bridgeport, Conn., 
6 years. 

Frances Christina Liggett, b. Urbana, O. ; c. r. Leavenworth, 
Kan. ; p. r. 253 Forrest Ave., Atlanta, Ga. ; m. H. B. Wey, 1 >ec. 
19, 1 881 ; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Katharine Mussey Lupton, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati; 
p. r. 2643 Bellevue Ave. , Cincinnati ; teacher, Cincinnati, since 
i873- 

Marie Antoinette Marcher, b. Salisbury; c. r. High Bridge; 
p. r. 528 S. Salina St., Syracuse; 111. Dr. J. L. Heffron, Aug. 1 3, 
i88t; 1 sou, 2 daughters. 



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Mary Monroe, b. Sandusky, O. ; c. r. Toledo, O. ; m. Lieut. J. J. 
Hunker, U. S. N., Dec. 28, 1875; 1 son. 

*Felicia Ellis Moore, b. Louisa, Ky. ; c. r. Catlettsburg, Ky. ; 
teacher, Catlettsburg; d. Catlettsburg, Oct. 28, 1878. 

Merilla Tuttle Morss, b. Woodbourne ; c. r. Woodbourne ; p. r. 
147 W. Main St., Middletown; teacher, Monticello, 1877-9, 
Phelps, 1883-4, Towanda, Pa., 1884-5, Woodbourne, 4 years, 
Middletown, 1893-8. 

Harriet Noble, b. Centerville, Ind. ; c. r. Vincennes, Ind. ; p. r. 
Indianapolis, Ind.; teacher, Butler Coll., 1883-93, Indianapolis, 
1894-8, Evansville, 1899-1900; A.M., Butler, 1887; p. Literary 
Art, a Handbook for its Study. 

Mary Eva Perry, b. Rockford, 111.; c. r. Rockford; p. r. 1520 
Mississippi Ave., St. Louis, Mo. ; m. P. N. Moore, Nov. 6,1879; 
1 son, 1 daughter. 

Anna Redfield Phelps, b. Syracuse; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 422 
James St., Syracuse; teacher, Utica, 1883-99; student in Li- 
brary School, Albany, 1899 — • 

Alice Reeve Randall, b. Port Jefferson ; c. r. Port Jefferson ; 
p. r. Port Jefferson; m. T. J. Ritch, Jr., Oct. 30, 1877; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

Mary Carrington Raymond, b. Rochester; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 86 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn; m. W. J. Richardson, Oct. 8, 
1873; 3 sons, 3 daughters. 

Adelaide Skeel, b. Newburgh ; c. r. Newburgh; p. r. New- 
burgh ; p. My Three Legged Story-Teller, King Washington, 
(collaborated with W. H. Brearley). 

Myra Almeda Smith, b. Staffordville, Conn. ; c. r. Minneapolis, 
Minn. ; p. r. 280 W. 70th St., New York ; m. Dr. J. B. Clark, 
Sept. 28, 1875; 3 sons, 1 daughter. 

Elma Doremus Swift, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 130 Academy St., Poughkeepsie. 

Harriet Knowles Swinburne, b. Newport, R. I. ; c. r. Newport ; 
P- r - 5757 Lexington Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. Prof. W. G. Hale, 
June 13, 1883; 2 sons, 2 daughters. 



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Virginia Shields Swinburne, b. Newport, R. I.; c. r. Newport; 
p. r; 153 Fifth Ave., New York ; m. W. C. Brownell, Jan. 28, 
1878. 

Mariposa Taylor, b. Stockton, Cal. ; c. r. New York. 

Sarah Lilla Thomas, b. New York; c. r. Hastings ; p. r. Win- 
chester, Mass.; m. S. J. Elder, May 10, 1876; 4 daughters; p. 
juvenile magazine stories and verses. 

Marguerite Gibbons Townsend, b. West Chester, Pa. ; c. r. 
West Chester. 

*Charlotte Esther Walker, b. Mays Landing, N. J. ; c. r. 
Trenton; d. Omaha, Neb., Aug. 20, 1880. 

Freelove Emma Waller, b. New Hampton ; c. r. Seneca Falls ; 
p. r. Seneca Falls. 

*Ella Weed, b. Newburgh; c. r. Newburgh; teacher, New York; 
A.M., Vassar; p. Foolish Virgins (novel), compilation for 
year book; d. New York, Jan. 10, 1894. [The Ella Weed 
scholarship was established at Barnard College in her memory.] 

*Zelinda Lydia Welch, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; 
m. W. J. Isaacson, June 29, 1882; d. Cincinnati, O. , June 9, 1888. 

*Abbie Sophia White, b. Worcester, Mass. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; 
teacher, Worcester, 1879 — ; d. Newtown, Dec. 30, 1895. 

*Adaline Stearns Whitney, b. Waltham, Mass. ; c. r. Waltham ; 
physician, Boston, Mass.; M.D., Zurich, Switzerland, 1880; 
A.M., Vassar, 1881; d. Boston, Feb. 13, 1896. 

Blanche Wilder, b. Albany; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 260 Henry 
St., Brooklyn; m. F. P. Bellamy, Dec. 3, 1879; 1 son; p. Twelve 
English Poets, Open Sesame (editor), magazine articles, Dis- 
taff vSeries (editor). 

Clara Jeannette Wilson, b. Clarksville, Pa. ; c. r. Rock Island, 
111. ; p. r. 320 Franklin Ave., Austin, 111. ; m. G. W. Kretzinger, 
Aug. 29, 1878; 1 son, 1 daughter; p. contributions to periodicals. 

1874 

Helen Arnold, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 1324 
Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.; teacher, Paterson, N. J., 1874-5, 
Brooklyn, 1875-7, Poughkeepsie, 1877-9; private pupils, 1881-4; 
editorial work, 1884-7; teacher, Philadelphia, 1887—; p. Practice 
in Parsing and Analysis. 



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Elizabeth Woodbury Barrett, b. Portland, Me. ; c. r. Portland; 
p. r. Ward's Island, New York; m. Dr. A. E. Macdonald, July 
10, 1883; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

*Julia Swift Bennett, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Lowell; m. E. H. 
Lord, Nov. 1, 1877; 2 sons, 2 daughters; teacher, Lowell, 1875- 
7; d. Wolfeboro, N. H., March 8, 1900. 

Caroline Augusta Bird, b. East Walpole, Mass. ; c. r. East Wal- 
pole; p. r. Penkett Road, Liscard, Cheshire, Eng.; m. J. C. 
Plimpton, June 8, 1881 ; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Annie Cora Brown, b. Toronto, Can. ; c. r. Montreal, Can. ; p. r. 
715 Fifth Ave., New York; principal, private school, New York. 

Mary Alice Brown, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. New York; p. r. 1509 
Broadway, New York; teacher; bus. sec. Professional Woman's 
League, New York, 1893. 

Laura Higbee Brownell, b. Williston, Vt. ; c. r. Williston ; p. r. 
212 Bergen St., Brooklyn; m. J. A. Collier, June 28, 1882; 2 
daughters; teacher, Burlington, Vt., 1874-7; student, Berlin, 
1877-8; teacher, Andover, Mass., 1879-82; p. contributions to 
periodicals. 

*Julia Belle Capwell, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; m. W. H. 
Allen (d.), Oct. 18, 1876; 1 son, 2 daughters; d. Brooklyn, Nov. 
14, 1895. 

*Jane McBurney Bell Cochran, b. New York; c. r. Newburgh; 
m. Rev. R. J. Cunningham, D.D. , Oct. 3, 1876; d. Crawfords- 
ville, Ind., Apr. 19, 1890. 

Florence Maria Gushing, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. r. 8 
Walnut St., Boston; alumna trustee, 1887-94; trustee Marine 
Lab., Woods Holl; trustee, Woman's Table, Biol. Lab., Naples. 

Agnes Elizabeth Cutter, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Boston; p. r. 
Pleasant St., Framingham, Mass.; m. E. H. Bigelow, Nov. 30, 
1887; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Emily Bradley Dain, b. Peekskill; c. r. Peekskill; p. r. Kings- 
ton, Pa. ; m. J. B. Reynolds, Oct. 21, 1879; 4 sons, 2 daughters. 

*Grace Dillingham, b. New York; c. r. Brooklyn; m. W. M. 
Benedict, Oct. 10, 1878; 2 daughters; d. Brooklyn, June 29, 
1895. 



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Florence Amanda Dinsmoor, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Sterling, 
111. ; p. r. 50 Rosewood Ave., Kankakee, 111.; m. J. F. Covey, 
Oct. 19, 1881; 4 children. 

*Anna Maria Eldridge (Mrs.), b. Wolfeboro, N. H. ; c. r. Dover, 
N. H. ; teacher; d. Oakland, Cal., Dec. 13, 1881. 

Harriet Lillie Ely, b. Rochester; c. r. Marquette, Mich. ; p. r. 
158 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass.; m. E. C. Ellis, Nov. 15, 
1876; 2 sons. 

Frances Florance Fisher, b. Waltham, Mass. ; c. r. Cleveland, 
O. ; p. r. 117 W. 58th St., New York; m. W. B. Wood, M.D., 
Aug. 10, 1886; 1 son; teacher, Cleveland, 1876-82 ;" principal 
and owner of school, Cleveland, 1882-6; manager Kingwood 
Farm, Kingston, N. H., 1890-4; p. Infancy and Childhood; 
newspaper articles. 

Virginia Banks Gilbert, b. Jersey City, N. J. ; c. r. Jersey City; 
p. r. 10 Linden Ave., Jersey City ; teacher, New York, 1881-3, 
Omaha, Neb., 1883-7, Kansas City, 1888-90, 1894-7, Jersey 
City, 1898 — ; journalist, 1890-4. 

Elizabeth Lord Hamlen, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. New Yoik. 

Sarah Atwater Hamlin, b. E. Bloomfield ; c. r. East Bloomfield ; 
p. r. East Bloomfield; m. E. O. Hollister, M.D. (d.), 1878. 

Elizabeth Andrews Hill, b. Stoneham, Mass. ; c. r. Stoneham 
and Boston; p. r. 240 Cumberland St., Brooklyn; m. E. P. 
Spalding, Sept. 10, 1888; 1 son; teacher, Brooklyn Girls' High 
School, Pratt Institute ; p. The Problem of Elementary Compo- 
sition, The Language Speller. 

Annie Gertrude Howes, b. Cape Cod, Mass. ; c. r. Boston; p. r. 
30 Elmgrove Ave. , Providence, R. I. ; m. Prof. Carl Barus, 
Ph.D., Jan. 20, 1887; 1 son, 1 daughter; p. contributions to 
periodicals. 

Emma Louisa Hoyt, b. Montpelier, Vt. ; c. r. Montpelier. 

Helen Graham Jackson, b. Troy; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 410 N. 
33d St., Philadelphia, Pa.; m. Coleman Sellers, Jr., June 3, 
1880; 1 son, 3 daughters. 

*Carrik Eli. a Johnson, b. N. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. N. Adams; m. 
D. D. Parmly, Dec. 21, 1882; d. Sept. 29, 1S95. 



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Lydia Jeannette McMillan, b. La Porte, Ind. ; c. r. Mt. Pleas- 
ant, Pa. ; p. r. care Brown Bros., 59 Wall St., New York; m. 
G. W. Allen, June 21, 1876; 3 sons, 2 daughters. 

*Mary Walley Marvin, b. Ripley; c. r. Erie, Pa.; m. Daniel 
O'Dell, Sept. 11, 1876; M.D., Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y., 1876, 
A.M., Vassar, 1876; d. New York, Oct. 16, 1876. 

Anna Louise Meeker, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 409 N. 
Raymond Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

*Juliet Cornelia Monroe, b. Zenia, O. ; c. r. Zenia; m. C. E. 
Thorpe, Feb. 19, 1880; physician, Covington, Ky., 6 years, and 
Cincinnati, O., 2 years; M.D., Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y., 1878, 
A.M., Vassar, 1878; d. Zenia, O., Oct. 4, 1891. 

Carrie Whitman Norton, b. Westfield, Mass. ; c. r. Westfield ; p. 
r. 48 Broad St. , Westfield. 

Harriet Elma Ohlen, b. Schoharie Co. ; c. r. Madison, N. J. ; p. 
r. Springfield, Mo. ; m. E. M. Shepard, June 28, 1881 ; 1 son, 1 
daughter; teacher, Milwaukee Coll,, 1874-8 ; principal, Drury 
Coll., Springfield, Mo., 1878-81; p. History of Early Explora- 
tions in Southwest Missouri. 

Amanda Pomeroy, b. Quincy, 111. ; c. r. Quincy; p. r. 335 S. 16th 
St., Quincy; m. A. W. Wells (d.), July 27, 1876; 2 sons, 1 
daughter. 

Kate Price, b. St. Clair, Pa. ; c. r. St. Clair and Pottsville, Pa. 

Annie Martha Reed, b. Fort Wayne, Ind. ; c. r. Somerville, N. 
J. ; p. r. Cienfuegos, Cuba, care North American Trust Co. ; 
teacher, Reno, Nev. , 1882-5; assoc. principal, Comstock School, 
New York, 1885-9 ! directress of schools, Asylum of Cienfuegos, 
1899—. 

Mary Louisa Skillings, b. Boston; c. r. Boston and Winchester, 
Mass. ; p. r. 75 Church St. Winchester, Mass. ; m. W. D. San- 
born, Apr. 27, 1882; 1 son. 

Harriet Beecher Stetson, b. Chatham, Mass. ; c. r. Gloucester, 
Mass. ; p. r. 83 Downing St. , Brooklyn ; m. P. P. Simmons, 
Nov. 10, 1881; teacher, 1874-9. 

Lucretia Amelia Stow, b. Plantsville, Conn. ; c. r. Plantsville ; 
p. r. Plantsville; m. W. H. Cummings, Oct. 18, 1876; 2 sons, 2 
daughters; editor, weekly paper, 1875-6. 



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Pattje Prather Thum, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; p. r. 
1630 Brook St., Louisville; artist, Louisville, 1874 — . 

Eliza Thurston, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 708 
N. Tioga St., Ithaca; m. H. L. Miller, 1887; teacher, Louis- 
ville, Ky. , 1874-7, Hopkinsville, Ky., 1877-8, Stamford, Conn., 
1878-9, Richmond, Va., 1879-86, Sing Sing, 1886-7. 

^Elizabeth Watkins Whitney, b. Chicago, 111.; c. r. Chicago; 
teacher, Chicago, 1876-7; d. Chicago, Dec. 8, 1891. 

*Mary Clarissa Whitney, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; m. E. 
F. Chapin, Sept. 25, 1879; 1 son, 3 daughters; d. La?:e Forest, 
111., Dec. 4, 1896. 

Caroline Augusta Woodman, b. Minot, Me ; c. r. Portland ; p. 
r. 410 Main St., Lewiston, Me; teacher, Canandaigua, 1877-81, 
1882-7, Wellesley Coll., 1889-94; librarian, Bates Coll., Lewis- 
ton, Me., 1895—; A.M., Vassar, 1889; S.B., Mass. Inst. Tech., 
1889. 

1875 

Nannie Allston, b. Chillicothe, O. ; c.r. Chillicothe; p. r. care 

U. S. Consul, Huddersfield, Eng. 
Susannah Chase Barton, b. Willsboro ; c. r. Willsboro ; p. r. 5 

W. 83d St., New York; m. G. A. Perry, July 22, 1875; 2 sons; 

teacher. 

Margaret Wylie Bell, b. Wheeling, W. Va. ; c. r. Wheeling; 
m. E. C. Ewing, 1885. 

*Olivia Bigelow, b. Baldwinsville ; c. r. Baldwinsville ; m. E. F. 
Curtis, Jan. 25, 1888; teacher, 4 years; dairy farmer; d. Bald- 
winsville, Nov. 7, 1892. 

Mary Frances Buffington, b. Kittanning, Pa. ; c. r. Kittanning; 
p. r. St. Katharine's Hall, Davenport, la. ; teacher, German- 
town, Pa., 1876-80, Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 18S4-97; 
principal, Brooklyn, 1897-8, Davenport, la., 1899 — . 

Emma Julia Chamberlain, b. New York; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
in Kimball's Road, Brooklyn; m. Paul Zehe, Nov. 22, iSS;; 
teacher, New York, until 1883. 

Emma Kirkland Clark, b. Hinsdale, Mass.; c, r. Springfield, 

Mass.; p. r. Peekskill ; teacher, Springfield, Mass., [g 
prof, of Latin, Elmira Coll., 1886 <»<>• 



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Minerva Augusta Clement, b. W. Andover, N. H. ; c. r. Wau- 
seon, O. ; p. r. Vergennes, Vt. ; m. R. R. Davies, May, 1884; 1 
son, 1 daughter. 

Lucia Haskell Connor, b. Fairfield, Me. ; c. r. Fairfield ; p. r. 
Fairfield. 

* Annie Maria Dickerman, b. Taunton, Mass. ; c. r. Taunton; m. 
C. N. Andrews, Mar. 3, 1881; d. Taunton, Mar. 10, 1882. 

*Eliza Dougherty, b. Mansfield, O. ; c. r. Mansfield; m. J. L. 
Lasley, Dec. 31, 1879; d. Galion, O., Aug. 16, 1882. 

Adelaide Eliza Foster, b. Portland, Me. ; c r. Worcester, Mass. ; 
p. r. 29 Kenyon St. , Hartford, Conn. ; m. Austin Brainard, Oct. 
23, 1886; 2 sons, T daughter. 

Jennie Augusta Gouldy, b. New York; c. r. Newburghjp. r. 1C9 
Montgomery St. , Newburgh. 

Alice Lydia Graham, b. Canton, 111. ; c. r. Canton. 

*Emma Bidwell Hollister, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati; 
teacher, Cincinnati, 1882 — ; d. Cincinnati, June 8, 1891. 

Sara Jane Kelley, b. Woburn, Mass.; c. r. Woburn; p. r. 915 
Main St., Woburn; m. C. D. Adams, Aug. 3, 1881; 1 son, 1 
daughter; teacher, 1876-81. 

Lucy Wright Kellogg, b. Waterbury, Conn.; c. r. Waterbury; 
p. r. 390 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. ; m. E. H. English, 
(d.), Oct. 5, 1882; 3 sons, 5 daughters. 

*Lillie Lewis, b. Burlington, Vt. ; c. r. Burlington; m. A. C. 
Whiting, Oct. 9, 1878; 1 son, 4 daughters; d. Burlington, Apr. 
16, 1894. 

Clifford Fontaine Loverin, b. Galveston, Tex. ; c. r. Galveston; 
m. T. J. Groce, Feb. 25, 1880. 

* Alice Hettie Lowrie, b. Lancaster, O. ; c. r. Fort Wayne, Ind. ; 

teacher, Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1879-84; d. Denver, 
. Col., July 4, 1884. 

Katherine Tichenor Lyman, b. Montreal, Can.; c. r. Montreal; 
p. r. 423 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Montreal ; teacher; A.M., McGill, 
1899. 

^Harriet Elizabeth Lyon, b. Essex ; c. r. Essex ; m. Rev. W. 
P. Rulison, Sept. 13, 1876; d. Waterford, Jan. 24, 1879. 



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*Kate McBain, b. Toledo, O. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; d. Toledo, O. , 
Mar. ii, 1877. 

Katherine Louise Maltby, b. Waterbury, Conn. ; c. r. Water- 
bury; p. r. 160 Joralemon St., Brooklyn; m. D. J. Meserole, 
June 24, 1899; teacher, Brooklyn, 1881-3, principal, 1886-9; 
principal, private school, Brooklyn, 1889 — • 

Mary Wilkinson Millard, b. N. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. N. Adams; 
p. r. Indian Hill Farm, Hoosick; m. Cebra Quackenbush, Dec. 
7, 1892. 

Alice Maud Mitchell, b. Plover, Wis. ; c. r. Dubuque, la. ; p. r. 
1413 Harnon PI. , Minneapolis, Minn. ; m. C. E. Lyman, Sept. 
25, 1879; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Julia Maria Pease, b. Brazoria, Tex. ; c. r. Austin, Tex. ; p. r. 
Austin. 

Florence Clinton Perkins, b. Shirley, Mass. ; c. r. Cooperstown ; 
p. r. 121 Adelbert St., Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 
1875-7, Vassar Coll., 1877-8, Burlington, Vt., 1879-80, Cleve- 
land, 1880-5. 

Lillian Eliza Prudden, b. Southbury, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven, 
Conn. ; p. r. 372 Orange St., New Haven. 

Emma Adelia Rice, b. Ellicottville ; c. r. Buffalo; p. r. Daven- 
port, la.; m. J. J. Richardson, June, 1899; teacher, Faribault, 
Minn., 1876-9; principal, Faribault, 1880-2 ; principal, Daven- 
port, la., 1884-99. 

*Kate Roberts, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; m. H. P. Lewis, 
Dec. 26,1878; teacher, 1875-8; d. Boston, Nov. 19, 1880. 

^Elizabeth Dorothy Savage, b. Adrian, Mich. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; 
teacher, Brooklyn and Chillicothe, 1875-82 ; d. Chillicothe, Jan. 
4, 1883. 

Lucy Sellers, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; p. r. 214 
N. 33d St., Philadelphia; m. G. T. Barnes, Oct. 16, 1879; 1 son - 
2 daughters. 

ANNIE JUDSON SHEPARD, b. LaCrosse, Wis.; C. r. New York and 
Brooklyn; p. r. San Antonio, Tex. ; in. 1). (). Gillette, Mar. 
12, 1879 ! 2 daughters. 



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Nancy Warner Skinner, b. Northampton, Mass. ; c. r. Hayden- 
ville, Mass., and Holyoke, Mass. ; p. r. 41 15 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. ; m. C. E. Clark, Feb. 13, 1880; 3 sons. 

Frances Goldsmith Swift, b. Poughkeepsie ; c, r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 553 W. 141st St., New York; m. John Doty, 1882; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

Sarah Whiting Talcott, b. W. Hartford, Conn. ; c. r. W. 
Hartford ; p. r. W. Hartford ; artist and teacher. 

Eva March Tappan, b. Blackstone, Mass. ; c r. Providence, R. 
I.; p. r. Worcester, Mass.; teacher, Norton, Mass., 1875-S4, 
Camden, N. J., 1884-94; student, Univ. of Pa., 1893-5; fellow, 
Univ. of Pa., 1895-6; teacher, Worcester, Mass., 1897 — ; A.M., 
1895, Ph.D., 1896, Univ. of Pa.; p. stories, sketches, reviews, 
etc., Selections from Emerson (editor), In the Days of Alfred 
the Great. 

Mary Barter Taylor, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 9 W. 
64th St., New York; m. W. P. Bissell, (d.) Apr. 12,1876; 1 son; 
physician, New York, 10 years; medical director of physical 
training ; professor of hygiene, Med. Coll. , 5 years ; M. D. , Wo- 
man's Med. Coll. of N. Y. Infirmary, 1881; p. Physical Develop- 
ment for Women, Manual of Hygiene, Household Hygiene, 
contributions to periodicals. 

^Florence Curry Wheat, b. Mt. Sterling, 111. ; c. r. Leaven- 
worth, Kan. ; teacher, Leavenworth, 1875-8, Emporia, 1880-1, 
Winona, Minn., 1881-2, Leavenworth, 1884-6 ; d. Leavenworth, 
Mar. 7, 1886. 

^Cornelia Florence White, b. Athens, Ga. ; c. r. Walton ; 
teacher, Wells Coll. , 5 years ; lady principal, Cincinnati, O. , 3 
years, Sisseton Agency, 5 years; A.M., Vassar, 1880; d. Good 
Will Mission, Sisseton Agency, S. D., Dec. 24, 1888. 

1876 

Mary Louise Adams, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. Grand Rapids; 
p. r. 2424 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Cal. ; m. M. B. Kellogg, 
April 17, 1879; 1 daughter. 

Zenobia West Brigham, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. Ben- 
nington, Vt. 



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41 



Sarah Elizabeth Chamberlain, b. Buffalo; c. r. New York. 

Martha Clark, b. Hinsdale, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield, Mass. ; p. r. 
Peekskill; m. I. 0. Rankin, Jan. 23, t88o; 2 sons, 1 daughter; 
p. contributions to periodicals. 

*Ella Dodge, b. Stamford, Conn. ; c. r. Morristown, N. J. ; man- 
ager and registrar Morris Co. Children's Home; d. Morris- 
town, Nov. 8, 1897. 

Cynthia Hawes Fisher, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
999 E. Madison Ave., Cleveland; m. W. T. Miller, Oct. 6, iSSi ; 
4 sons, 1 daughter; A.M., Vassar, 1879, M.D., 1879. 

Sarah Fleming, b. Harrisburg, Pa..; c. r. Harrisburg; p. r. 
Chambersburg, Pa. ; m. J. W. Sharpe, June 5, 1809. 

Lizzie Rogers Fox, b. Thomaston, Conn, ; c. r. Thomaston ; p. r. 
132 Chestnut Ave., Waterbury, Conn.; m. D. F. Webster (d), 
June 26, 1879; 4 sons; p. short stories translated from the Ger- 
man. 

Elizabeth Maria Gifford, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Milwaukee ; 
p. r. 646 Marshall St., Milwaukee ; m. G. W. Peckham, Sept., 
1880; 2 sons, 1 daughter; librarian, Milwaukee, 1877-8; A.M., 
1889; p. scientific papers on spiders and wasps. 

*Catharine Talcott Hale, c. r. Minneapolis, Minn.; m. J. B. 
Cochran, Aug. 21, 1878; d. Persia, April, 1895. 

Caroline Hansell, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Hartford, Conn. ; p. r. 
73 Forest St., Hartford. 

*Cora Harrison, b. Glasgow, Mo.; c. r. Fayette, Mo.; d. Den- 
ver, Col., Dec. 16, 1888. 

Heloise Edwina Hersey, b. Oxford, Me. ; c. r. Oxford; p. r. 13 
Walnut St. , Boston, Mass. ; preceptress, Havana, 1S76-S ; teacher, 
Smith Coll., 1878-83; principal, private school, Boston. [883- 
1900; editor, Browning's Religious Poems, with introduction, 
and (with W. J. Rolfe), 2 vols., Selections from Browning, an- 
notated; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Gertrude Lucy Holton, b. Williston, Vt. ; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 
in Lexington Ave., Rochester; m. F. A. Carpenter, Aug. 28, 
1884. 

Esther Mary Houliston, b. Buffalo; c. r. Wiltotighby; p. r 
Willoughby ; teacher, Cleveland. 



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Alice Louisa Hulburd, b. Brasher Falls; c. r. Brasher Falls; p. 
r. 159 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. ; teacher, Albion, 1880-4, Mil- 
waukee, Wis., 1884-7, Rockford, 111., 1889-91, Penn Yan, 1892-5, 
Chicago, 111., 1896—. 

Lillian Jacoby, b. Fort Wayne, Ind. ; c. r. Rockford. 111. ; p. r. 
Rockford; teacher, Rockford Coll. , 1884-95. 

Anna Marilla Johnson, b. Springfield, Mass.; c. r. Whitesboro; 
p. r. Whitesboro; teacher, Middletown, Conn., 1876-8, Burling- 
ton, Vt., 1880-2, Brookline, Mass., 1884—; A.M., Cornell, 1883. 

Mary Augusta Jordan, b. Ironton, O. ; c. r. Elizabeth, N. J. ; p. 
r. Smith Coll. , Northampton, Mass. ; librarian, Vassar Coll. , 
1877-80; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1880-4; prof, of English, Smith 
Coll.; A.M., Vassar, 1878. 

Bertha Keffer, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Montgomery, Ala. ; 
p. r. 93 Olive St. , Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Kalamazoo, Mich. , 
1876-7, Cleveland, 1877 — . 

*Lizzie Seaver Knox, b. New Britain, Conn. ; c. r. Worcester, 
Mass. ; m. F. T. Peet, Oct. 9, 1877; d. Minneapolis, Minn., Jul}- 
30, 1884. 

Ella Caroline Lapham, b. Collins; c. r. Buffalo; p. r. 510 Lafay- 
ette Ave., Buffalo; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Nora Annette Large, b. Zanesville, O. ; c. r. Dubuque, la. ; p. 
r. 1136 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. C. S. Hussey, Sept. 
29, 1891; teacher, Dubuque, la., 1893-9, Los Angeles, 1899 — . 

Grace Hallam Learned, b. Canterbury, Conn. ; c. r. New Lon- 
don; Conn. ; p. r. 288 Washington Ave., Albany; m. A. VanD. 
De Witt, Jan. 9, 1896; 1 daughter; teacher, Vassar Coll. 1876-S, 
Cincinnati, O. , 1878-81, New London, Conn, 18S1-90, 1891-5. 

Jennie Macomber, b. Westfield ; c. r. Westfield ; p. r. Westfield ; 
teacher, Owego, 1876-8, Ottawa, 111, 1879-80, Waterloo, la., 
1880-2, Macomb, 111., 1882-5; secretary, Y. W. C. A., West- 
field, 1895 — . 

Laura Millicent Mangam, b. New York ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa. ; m. A. H. Fetterolf, Oct. 30, 
1883 ; 2 sons. 



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*Mary Markham, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Perry ; d. Bridgewater- 
Mass., Sept. 6, 1883. 

Eliza Greene Metcalf, b. Augusta, Ga. ; c. r. Providence, R. I. ; 
p. r. 254 Benefit St., Providence; m. Gustav Radeke, M.D., 
May 27, 1880. 

Clara Amanda Morgan, b. LeRoy ; c. r. LeRoy; p. r. 179 Bryant 
St., Buffalo; m. J. B. Olmsted, Mar. 12, 1879; 6 sons. 

Margaret Bell Mowry, b. Harrisburg, Pa. ; c. r. Harrisburg; p. 
r. 108 N. 2d St. , Harrisburg. 

Annie Frances Penfield, b. Rockford, 111. ; c. r. Rockford; p. r. 
Rockford; m. C. R. Mower, Oct. 4, 1881; 3 sons. 

Ellen Elizabeth Poppleton, b. Omaha, Neb.; c. r. Omaha; p. 
r. Oakland Farm, Elkhorn, Neb. ; m. Dr. W. C. Shannon, ma- 
jor and surgeon, U. S. A. (retired), May 8, 1895 ; alumna trustee, 
1887-98. ' , 

Helen Clark Pratt, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Tarrytown ; p. r. 
1327 Hollywood Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. Thos. Balmer, Sept. 23, 
1880; 2 sons, 2 daughters; diploma, Cincinnati Nor. Coll., 1879; 
p. contributions to magazines. 

Jeannie Carlton Price, b. Salem, Mass. ; c. r. Salem ; p. r. 44 
Laurel St., Pawtucket, R. I.; m. F. L. Smith, Oct. 12, 1887; 
2 sons, 1 daughter; bookkeeper, Salem, Mass., 1876-87. 

*Abby Matilda Rankin, b. Ningpo, China; c. r. Madison, N. J. ; 
m. Horace Holden, June 12, 1879; d. Madison, N. J., May 27, 
1880. 

Kate Reynolds, b. Troupsburg; c. r. Wellsboro, Pa. ; p. r. 1344 
Franklin St., Denver, Col.; m. A. S. Lobingier, M.D., Nov. 2, 
1889; 1 daughter; teacher, 5 years, Mansfield, Pa., Mt. Pleas- 
ant, Pa., Mt. Carroll, 111.; physician, Denver, 1889—; M.D., 
New York, 1889; p. articles in medical journals. 

Emily Symmes Richards, b. Germantown, Pa.; c. r. New York ; 
P- r - 5343 Magnolia St., Germantown, Pa.; teacher, Boston, 
Mass., 1876-80, Benicia, Cal., 1880-4. 

Mary Roxann a Richmond, b. Carbondale, Pa.; c. r, Carbondale 
and Scranton, Pa.; p. p. Richmond Hill, Scranton; m. F K 
Tracy, Oct. 6, 1881; 2 sons, 3 daughters. 



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Mary Barber Robinson, b. Wellsboro, Pa. ; c. r. Wellsboro; p. r. 
Wellsboro ; teacher, 7 years. 

Anna Margaret Roe, b. Branchville, N. J. ; c. r. Newton, N. J. 

Mary Augusta Scott, b. Dayton, O. ; c. r. Washington, D. C. ; 
p. r. Smith Coll., Northampton, Mass.; teacher, Washington, 
D. C, 1877-82, VassarColl., 1882-3, Brooklyn, 1883-8; mem. 
of Newnham Coll., Cambridge, Eng., 1886-7; assistant lit. 
editor Century Diet, 1888; teacher, Bryn Mawr Sc. 1889-91; 
fellow, Yale Univ., 1892-4; assistant, Johns Hopkins Univ. 
1894-7; teacher, Smith Coll., 1897—; A.M., Vassar, 1882; Ph.D., 
Yale, 1894; p. chaps. XVI and XX, Hugh Scott and his De- 
scendants, Elizabethan Translations from the Italian; editor, 
Operative Gynecology, by Dr. H. A. Kelly. 

Margaret Livingston Stanton, b. Seneca Falls ; c. r. Tenafiy, 
N. J.; p. r. 250 W. 94th St., New York; m. F. E. Lawrence, 
Oct. 2, 1878; director of physical training, Teachers Coll., New 
York ; graduate, Anderson's Nor. Sc. of Gymnastics. 

Julia Tolman, b. Tewksbury, Mass.; c. r. Boston, Mass.; p. r. 
Arlington, Mass.; teacher, Pittsfield, Mass., 1876-81; medical 
student, Michigan Univ., 1881-4, New Eng. Hospital, 1885; 
physician, Arlington, 1885—; M.D., 1884. 

Florence Evelyn Tucker, b. Pulaski; c. r. Oswego; p. r. 645 
W. 148th St., New York; m. J. A. Wheeler, Oct. 25, 1880; 2 
sons, 4 daughters; teacher, 1878-80; p. contributions to period- 
icals. 

Mabel Townley White, b. Syracuse; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 502 
Catherine St., Syracuse. 

*Eva Vanella Winsor, b. Mayville ; c. r. Parkersburg, W. Va. ; 
m. George Dils, May 14, 1878; d. Parkersburg, W. Va., Oct. 
6, 1889. 

1877 

Frances Augusta Adams, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
471 Dunham Ave., Cleveland; teacher, Cleveland, 1877-1900. 

Grace Evelyn Bliss, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; 
p. r. 71 S. Willard St., Burlington, Vt. ; m. Rev. P. M. Snyder, 
Sept. 29, 1880; 2 sons, 2 daughters. 



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Laura Adella Buss, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. Cham- 
bersburg, Pa.; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1879-95; organist and 
teacher, Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1895 — ; dean of 
music faculty, Wilson Coll. , 1899—; A.M., Vassar, i886;Mus.B. , 
Vassar, 1888; A. CM., 1894. 

Susan Warren Bryan, b. New York ; c. r. Irvington ; p. r. 40 
S. Hawk St., Albany; m. E. W. Lyttle, June 7, 1883; 2 sons, 1 
daughter. 

Elizabeth Ada Chandler, b. Illinois; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 189 
Washington Park, Brooklyn; m. T. M. Spelman, June 2, 1885. 

Antoinette Cornwell, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 41 Cannon St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1877- 
82; assistant to lady principal, Vassar Coll., 1892 — . 

Emma Bicknell Culbertson, b. New Albany, Ind. ; c. r. Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; p. r. 33 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. ; physician; 
A.M., Vassar; M.D., W. M. C. of Phila., 188 1. 

Abby Helen Dana, b. Danville, Vt. ; c. r. St. Johnsbury, Vt ; m. 
J. A. Loomis, Feb. 1888 ; teacher, Albany, 2 years. 

*Ella Gardner, b. Nantucket, Mass. ; c. r. Nantucket ; teacher, 
Franklin, Mass., 1878-83, Boston, Mass., 1883-6, Philadelphia, 
1886-98; d. Nantucket, Oct. 21, 1899. 

*Maude Gould, b. New Sharon, Me. ; c. r. Augusta, Me. ; d. 
Sandwich Islands, Feb., 1898. 

Susan Wilhelmina Grant, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. Newark; p. r. 
145 Glenwood Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

Lillie Putnam Gray, b. Cambridge; c. r. Cambridge. 

* x 'Alice Wardwell Harlow, b. Augusta, Me. ; c. r. Augusta, . 
teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1877-9, Godfrey, 111., 1880-2; d. Augus- 
ta, Oct. 27, 1 89 1 . 

*L] LLIAN May Hotchkiss, b. Prospect, Conn. ; c. r. Waterbury, 
Conn. ; d. Oct. 2, 1898. 

Laura Belle Hunter, b. Mechanicsburg, o. ; c. r, Mechanics- 
burg; m. P. J. Burnham, Feb. 10, 1SS5. 

Rachel Bates Jacobs, b. Chicopee, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield, 
Mays. ; p. r. 725 Worthington St.. Springfield. 



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Anna Hayward Johnson, b. New York ; c. r. Orange, N. J. ; p. 
r. Redlands, Cal. ; physician, Orange, N. J. ; resident physician, 
Hampton Inst; med. missionary, California, till 1885; M.D., 
1882; A.M. ,1882; p. essay on neurasthenia, children's stories. 

Charlotte LeBreton Johnson, b. Newburyport, Mass. ; c. r. 
Newburyport; p. r. San Diego, Cal.; m. Fred Baker, Mar. 30, 
1882; i son, 1 daughter; physician, Akron, O., 1882-3, New 
Mexico, 1883-8, San Diego, Cal., 1888; A.M., Vassar, 1888; M. 
D., Michigan, 1881. 

^Elizabeth Dillingham Johnson, b. Augusta, Me. ; c. r. Augusta ; 
d. Augusta, June 18, 1879. 

Mary Eugenia Leach, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Lyons; p. r. Lyons; 
teacher, Lyons, 1881-2, Flushing, 1894; secretary to county 
treas., 1895 — . 

Emma Martha Logan, b. Washington Co., Pa.; c. r. Allegheny, 
Pa.; p. r. Bryn Mawr, Pa.; m. A. W. MacCoy, M.D., Nov. 24, 
1877; 1 son, 3 daughters. 

Nellie Gardiner Loomis, b. Binghamton ; c. r. Binghamton ; p. r. 
Binghamton. 

Italia McKeague, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 127 E. 
31st St., New York. 

Susan Almira Miller, b. Penn Yan; c. r. Penn Yan; p. r. 211 
W. Jefferson St. , Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. Rev. P. W. Dorsey, 
June 4, 1881; 1 son; teacher, Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 
1877-8, Vassar Coll., 1878-81, Los Angeles, Cal., 1896-1900. 

Mary Ella Nuttman, b. Decatur, Ind. ; c. r. Fort Wayne, Ind. ; 
p. r. 130 W. Berry St., Fort Wayne; m. O. S. Hanna, Dec. 5, 
1878 ; 2 daughters. 

Helene Bartlett O'Leary, b. Haverhill, Mass. ; c. r. Boston, 
Mass. ; p. r. Sumner and Clinton Roads, Brookline, Mass. ; m. 
L. S. Davis, Nov. 9, 1880; 1 son. 

Mary Law Payson, b. New Hartford ; c. r. Vernon ; p. r. Oneida ; 
teacher, Oneida, 1880-2, Paterson, N. J., 1882-3. 

Elizabeth Maria Rexford, b. Centre Hill, Conn. ; c. r. Stam- 
ford ; p. r. 263 Washington St. , Binghamton ; m. W. D. Graves, 
Aug. 4, 1880; 1 son; preceptress, Bainbridge, 1878-85, Delhi, 
1885-98. 



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Ada Williams Rumsey, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. Fair- 
field, Conn. ; m. Treat Campbell, Nov. 28, 1883; 1 son. 

Margaret Murdoch Shaw, b. Turtle Creek, Pa. ; c. r. Bellevue, 
Pa. ; p. r. Bellevue; m. J. C. Doty, Dec. 19, 1889; 1 son. 

Sarah Fletcher Sheppard, b. Penn Yan ; c. r. Penn Yan ; p. r. 
Penn Yan; m. H. K. Armstrong, Apr. 5, 1S87; 1 son; teacher, 
Hampton, Va. , 1878-9, Vassar Coll., 1884; alumna trustee, 
1898—. 

Mary Tappan Spalding, b. Newburyport, Mass. ; c. r. Newbury- 
port. 

*Katharine Lyra Stanton, b. Newburyport, Mass. ; - . r. Sche- 
nectady; m. W. E. Griffis, D.D., L.H.D., June 17, 1879; 2 
sons, 1 daughter; teacher, Hyde Park and Albany, 1877-9; d. 
Dec. 9, 1898. 

Cornelia Antoinette Stevens, b. Rock Island, 111. ; c. r. Chicago, 
111. ; p. r. San Lorenzo, Cal ; concert pianist. 

Mary Stoyell, b. Portage City, Wis. ; c. r. Plainfield, N. J. ; p. r. 
201 E. 68th St., New York; m. Moses Oppenheimer, 1891. 

Emma Laura Sutro, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. Sutro, Nev. ; 
p. r. 1301 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco; m. G. W. Merritt, 
M.D., Mar. 27, 1883; teacher, Sutro, Nev., 1877-8; student of 
medicine, 1878-87, Woman's Med. Coll., New York, Med. Dept. 
Univ. of Cal. , Ecole de Medecine, Paris, France; physician, 
San Francisco, 1 887-1900; M.D. , 1881; A.M., Yassar, 18S2; 
M.D., 1887; p. thesis; articles in med. journals. 

Frances Walker Swan, b. Sharon, Conn. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 2S4 Mill St. Poughkeepsie; tutor, Poughkeepsie, since 1S80. 

Caroline Park Swift, b. Poughkeepsie; c.r. Poughkeepsie; p. r. 
Poughkeepsie; m. E. S. Atwater, Jan. 20, 1880; 2 sons, 2 
daughters. 

Mary Boyce Temple, b. Knoxville, Tenn. ; c. r. Knoxvillc; p. r. 
316 W. Cumberland St., Knoxville ; president first Southern 
Women's Club ; vice-president Women's Board, Tennesee Cen- 
tennial; p. sketch of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Letters of Travel. 

Mary Thaw, b. Pittsburgh, Pa. ; e. r. Pittsburgh ; p. r. 39 Lin- 
coln Ave., Allegheny, Pa. ; m. W. R. Thompson, Apr. 17, 1879; 
1 son, 5 daughters. 



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Sara Dana Watson, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; m. Joachim 
Anderson ; teacher. 

Mary Whipple, b. Montgomery Co., Ala. ; c. r. Montgomery Co. ; 
p. r. Newcastle, Ala. ; m. H. W. Milner, Dec. 27, 1882 ; 2 sons, 
3 daughters; teacher, 1877-8. 

Ida Wood, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; p. r. 2038 
Spring Garden St., Philadelphia ; A. M. , Vassar, 1889, ; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr, 1891. 

Jessie Maria Woodward, b. Batavia ; c. r. Batavia ; p. r. 26 West 
Ave., Norwalk, Conn.; m. Dr. L. N. Phinney, July 18, 1888; 
teacher, Batavia, New Haven, Conn. , New Britain, Conn. , 11 
years. 

Laura Johnson Wylie, b. Milton, Pa. ; c. r. Bellefonte, Pa., and 
Chambersburg, Pa. ; p. r. Vassar College; teacher, Cincinnati, 
O., 1881-4, Brooklyn, 1884-95, Vassar Coll., 1895-6; assoc. 
prof, of English, Vassar Coll., 1896-8; prof, of English, 1898 — ; 
Ph.D., Yale, 1894; p. thesis : Studies in the Evolution of Eng- 
lish Criticism. 

1878 

Mary Merriman Abbott, b. Waterbury, Conn. ; c. r. Waterbury ; 
p. r. 49 Fairview St., Waterbury; teacher, Waterbury, 1879-83, 
1896 — , Baltimore, 1892-3; principal, Waterbury, 1883-92. 

Anne Fiske Banfield, Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Washington, D. C. ; 
p. r. Taunton, Mass.; m. W. C. Davenport, Oct. 25, 1881; 2 
sons, 1 daughter. 

Gertrude Bascom, b. Middlebury, Vt. ; c. r. Kalamazoo, Mich., 
and Washington, D. C. ; p. r. 1524 28th St., Washington; m. C. 

C. Darwin, Nov. 25, 1880; 1 son, 3 daughters; librarian general, 

D. A. R., treasurer general, D. A. R. ; p. First Annual Report 
of the D. A . R. to the Smithsonian Institution, 1890-7. 

Elizabeth Beattie, b. Bethlehem ; c. r. New Hurley ; p. r. 324 

E. 150th St., New York; m. H. H. Farnum, 1887; 1 son; 
teacher, Milford, Pa., 1879-80, Salisbury Mills, 1885-7. 

Mary Lawrence Bernard, b. Kingston ; c. r. Kingston ; p. r. 224 
Fair St., Kingston; teacher, Society for Encouragement of 
Home Study, 1879-96; treasurer, Associate Alumnae Vassar 
Coll., 1884-98. 



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Lizzie Thompson Bond, b. Wilmington, Mass. ; c. r. Wilmington; 
p. r. City Mills, Mass. ; m. W. H. Sweatt, May 17, 1882. 

Mary Rawson Botsford, b. Hughsonville ; c. r. Port Jervis ; p. 
r. Woodbury, N. J. ; teacher, Charlotte, N. C, 1878-9, Port Jer- 
vis, 1879-81, Rockford, 111., 1881-7, Ogontz, Pa., 1887-8, Wilson 
Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1889—; A.M., Vassar, 1894. 

Helen Dawes Brown, b. Concord, Mass. ; c. r. Concord ; p. r. 22 
W. 60th St., New York; teacher, Vassar Coll. 1878-82; teacher 
and lecturer, New York, 1882 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1890; p. Two 
College Girls, The Petrie Estate, Little Miss Phoebe Gay, A 
Civilian Attache. 

Laura Huntington Brown, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Milwaukee 
and Medfield, Mass. ; p. r. 193 Walpole St., Norwood, Mass. ; m. 
G. H. Smith, Dec. 2, 1886; 2 sons, 2 daughters. 

*Mary Wilson Case, b. Vernon; c. r. Vernon; physician, Syra- 
cuse, 1882-5, Troy, 1885-9; A.M., Vassar, 1881; M.D., Woman's 
Med. Coll., Phila., 1881 ; d. Lansingburgh, Aug. 19, 1889. 

Mary Wilder Clarke, b. Brattleboro, Vt. ; c. r. Brattleboro; p. 
r. Hornellsville ; m. M. M. Acker, Oct. 9, 1890; teacher, Morris- 
town, N. J., 1880-2, New Brunswick, N. J., 1883-6, New York, 
1887-90. 

Martha Isabel Cutler, b. Amherst, Mass. ; c. r. Amherst ; p. r. 
163 Handy St., Cleveland, O. ; m. Caleb E. Gowen, June 6, 
1888; 1 daughter. 

Jane Eliza Davis, b. Troy ; c. r. Troy ; p. r. Hampton Inst., 
Hampton, Va. ; teacher, Middleburg, 1 year, Vassar Coll., 
1884-6, Hampton, Va., 1879-84, 1886—. 

Jessie Miles Davis, b. Warren, Pa. ; c. r. Warren ; p. r. 360 
Third St., Warren; m. A. C. McAlpin, June 3, 1886; 3 sons, 1 
daughter; teacher, Warren, 1878-85. 

Sarah Louise Day, b. Roxbury, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. r. 2S0 
Newbury St., Boston; water analyst, State Board of Health, 
Boston, 1888-96; treasurer, Woman's Board Foreign Missions, 
(Cong.) 1896—; S.B., M.I.T., 1887., A.M. Vassar, 1887. 

Sarah J. Dickey, b. Millbrook, Pa.; c. r. Franklin, Pa.; p. r. 
1018 Liberty St., Franklin; teacher, Franklin, 1888-90. 



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Sarah Bunker Freeman, b. Provincetown, Mass. ; c. r. Somer- 
ville, Mass. ; p. r. 64 Myrtle St. , East Somerville, Mass. 

Elizabeth Fullick, b. England ; c. r. Coldwater, Mich. ; p. r. 
415 6th St. , Brooklyn ; artist and teacher, Portland, Ore. , 2 years, 
Tacoma, Wash., 3 years; student in Europe, 1888-96; teacher, 
Staten Island, 1896 — . 

Lillie Jane Gray, b. Erie, Pa. ; c. r. Erie; p. r. 120 Crescent Ave. , 
Plainfield, N. J. ; m. W. E. Hoyt, Sept. 28, 1887; teacher, 
Erie, 1884-7. 

Antoinette Brown Harlan, b Wilmington, O. ; c. r. Wilming- 
ton; m. A. E. Clevenger, Dec. 3, 1879; teacher, 3 years; secre- 
tary, Ohio W. C. T. U. ; editor, Ohio W. C. T. U. Messenger. 

Mary Sophia Hill, b. Weston; c. r. Bay City, Mich. ; p. r. 1112 
Center Ave. , Bay City; m. H. B. Smith, Feb. 24, 1881; 6 sons. 

Martha Hillard, b. Hadlyme, Conn. ; c. r. Plymouth, Conn. ; p. 
r. Glencoe, 111. ; m. Andrew MacLeish, Aug. 22, 1888; 2 sons, 3 
daughters; teacher, 1878-80, Hartford, Conn., 188 r, Vassar 
Coll., 1881-4, Rockford, 111. (principal), 1884-8; p. articles in 
Child Study publications and Outlook. 

Mary Tenney Hubbard, b. Hollis, N. H. ; c. r. Greenwich, Conn. ; 
p. r. Greenwich. 

Marie Emeline Ives, b. New Haven, Conn.; c. r. New Haven; 

p. r. New Haven. 
Fanny Alvira Littlefield, b. New York ; c. r. Middletown ; p. r. 

11 Arlington Place, Jersey City, N. J. ; m. Rev. C. K. Capron, 

June 13, 1882; 1 son, 2 daughters. 

Ella McCaleb, b. Mount Pleasant, Pa. ; c. r. Mount Pleasant; p. 
r. Vassar College ; teacher, Clifton Springs, 1878-81, Detroit, 
Mich, 1881-5; secretary, Vassar Coll., 1885—. 

Mary Isabel Nelson, b. Truxton ; c. r. Truxton ; p. r. Cortland ; 
m. Charles Tillinghast, M.D., (d.), Nov. 22, 1882 ; teacher, Hamp- 
ton Institute, 1888-9, New Paltz. 1890-4, Vassar Coll. , 1894-5, 
French- American Coll., Springfield, Mass., 1896-1900; Ph.M., 
Cornell, 1895. 

Margaret Hillyer Pierson, b. Orange, N. J.; c. r. Orange; p. 
r. 13 Hillyer St., Orange; committee work for Orange Training 
School for Nurses, 1882-1900. 



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Helen Cordelia Putnam, b. Stockton, Minn. ; c. r. Elizabeth- 
town ; p. r. Providence, R. I. ; teacher, physical training, Vas- 
sar Coll., 1883-90; phys i 'cian, Providence; M.D., Woman'sMed. 
Coll., Phila. , 1889; p. papers on medical and educational topics. 

Anna Sarah Rainey, b. Walshville, 111. ; c. r. Martin's Ferry, O. ; 
p. r. 938 Westminster St., Washington, D. C. ; teacher, Blairs- 
ville, Pa., 1879-83, Washington, 1884 — . 

Harriot Rosine Ransom, b. Earlville; c. r. Buffalo; p. r. 1298 
Main St., Buffalo; m. Capt. Arthur Milinowski, Aug. 24, 1882; 
1 son, 1 daughter; teacher, history of education, kindergarten 
training school, Buffalo, 1894-5 and 1899-1900; certificate as 
kindergartner, 1895; p. translation of Uffelmann's Hygiene 
des Kindes. 

Lydia Paine Ray, b. Bellingham, Mass. ; c. r. Franklin, Mass. ; 
p. r. Franklin. 

Mary Harris Rollins, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston; p. r. Bos- 
ton (ad. Public Library); teacher, Millerton, 1880-1; library 
work, since 1886; p. reviews, etc. 

Mary Philotheta Root, b. Bristol, Conn. ; c. r. Bristol; p. r. 105 
High St., Bristol; assistant principal Derby High School, six 
years; orange grower, Florida, 1891-4; p. letters and magazine 
articles; editor, historical book for D. A. R. ; historical pamph- 
let for Cong. Ch. of Bristol. 

Amy Nevens Sheparu, b. LaCrosse, Wis. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
1826 Church Ave. , Brooklyn; m. J. P. Cruger, May 3, 1881; 3 
sons, 3 daughters. 

Harriot Eaton Stanton, b. Seneca Falls ; c. r. Tenafly, N. J. ; 
p. r. Basingstoke, England; m. W. H. Blatch, 1883; 2 daughters; 
lecturer, writer; A.M., Vassar, 1894; p. articles for newspapers 
and magazines. 

Helen Elizabeth Thompson, b. Brattleboro, Vt. ; c. r. Brattle- 
boro ; p. r. Northampton, Mass. ; teacher, Burnham School, 
Northampton, 1879 — . 

Mary ADELINE WHITE, b. Walton; c. r. Walton; p. r. Madison, 
S. D. ; m. R. B. McClcnon, July 27, 1882; 2 sons; teacher, Lake 
Geneva, Wis., 3 years. 



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Marie Antoinette Whitman, b. Troy; c. r. Troy; p. r. 10 Fu- 
kuro Machi, Suruga Dai, Tokyo, Japan ; missionary, Japan, 
1883—. 

*Sarah Gertrude Wilkinson, b. Davenport, la ; c. r. Daven- 
port; m. M. C. Smith, March 17, 1884; d. June 18, 1897. 

Alice Mason Wing, b. Grafton, Mass. ; c. r. Grafton ; p. r. 46 
School St., Springfield, Mass. ; teacher, Wilson Coll., 1878-82, 
Springfield, 1884 — . 

*Emma Estella Woods, b. Calais, Me. ; c. r. Calais ; m. E. E. 
Lord, Sept. 5, 1882; 1 daughter; d. New Haven, Conn., Apr. 
1, 1886. 

1879 

*Idelette Elizabeth Andrews, b. Ripley, O. ; c. r. Pittsburg, Pa., 
and Gait, Can.; teacher, 188 1-5; graduate, Royal Cons., Leip- 
zig, 1889; teacher, Dayton, O., 1889-98; d. Los Angeles, Cal., 
Sept., 1899. 

*Ella Miriam Arnold, b. Arcade; c. r. Arcade; teacher, New 
Lebanon, 2 years, Leroy, 5 years. 

Marie Florence Baird, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Orange, N. J., 
Newark, N. J., and New York ; p. r. 63 W. 83rd St., New 
York; m. Herman Meyer, Jan. 8, 1889; travel and study in Eu- 
rope, 1879-81. 

*Helen Fiske Banfield, b. W. Roxbury, Mass. ; c. r. Wolfe- 
borough, N. H. ; m. W. S. Jackson, Mar. 1, 1888; 4 sons, 3 
daughters; teacher, Canandaigua, 1879-83; d. Colorado Springs, 
Col., Oct. 18, 1899. 

Laura Maria Barr, b. Medford, Mass. ; c. r. Boston, Mass. ; p. r. 
275 Marlborough St., Boston. 

Eliza Henry Bentley, b. Youngstown, O. ; c. r. Youngstown; 
p. r. 725 Bryson St., Youngstown; m. O. V. Stewart (d.), Sept. 
22, 1881; 2 sons; teacher, Youngstown, 2 years. 

Louise Benton, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; m. Dr. J. R. 
Owens, May 15, 1889. 

Sallie Tucker Blake, b. Braintree, Mass. ; c. r. Jersey City, N. 
J. ; p. r. 105 West St., Portland, Me. ; m. J. H. Drummond, Jr., 
Sept. 17, 1883; 5 sons, 1 daughter. 



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Mary Roulstone Bond, b. Wilmington, Mass. ; c. r. Wilmington. 

Nannie Braden, b. Brownsville, Pa. ; c. r. St. Paul, Minn. ; 
p. r. Seattle, Wash. ; m. J. A. Slamm, Apr. 5, 1898. 

Mary Ballard Burch, b. Chattanooga, Tenn. ; c. r. Nashvilie, 
p. r. 22 Lowndes Sq. , S. W. , London, Eng. ; m. Charles Schiff , 
Sept. 12, 1883; 2 sons, 4 daughters. 

Mary Remington Cady, b. N. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. N. Adams ; 
p. r. 35 Church St., N. Adams. 

Eleanor Pierce Clarke, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Flushing ; p. r. 
243 Sanford Ave. , Flushing; teacher, New York, 1880, Brook- 
lyn, 1885, New York, 1892—. 

Mary Colgate, b. New London, N. H. ; c. r. Yonkers; p. r. 
Yonkers. 

Mary Eliza Cookingham, b. Lee, Mass.; c. r. Lee; p. r. 3707 
Powelton Ave. , Philadelphia, Pa. ; m. J. J. Edwards, Sept. 29, 
1886; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Cornelia Anthony Dike, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Nanuet ; p. r. 640 W. 
149th St., New York; teacher, Sing Sing, 1879-80, Boston, 
Mass., 1883-95, Tarrytown, 1898-9, Cranford, 1895-7, 1899 — . 

Jane Little Dill, b. Middletown ; c. r. Middletown ; p. r. Easton 
Sanitarium, Easton, Pa.; m. Dr. C. S. Kinney, Oct. 5, 1882; 
2 sons. 

Elizabeth Ellen Fletcher, b. Titusville, Pa. ; c. r. Titusville ; 
p. r. 512 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. Dr. J. E. Hequem- 
bourg, Sept. 16, 1885; 2 sons; teacher, Titusville. 

Mary Evelyn Hakes, b. Hornellsville ; c. r. Hornellsville ; p. r. 
Hornellsville ; m. S. E. Brown, June 11, 1891; teacher, Engle- 
wood, N. J., 1880-2, New York, 1883-90. 

Abby Crosby Hayes, b. New Bedford, Mass. ; c. r. New Bedford; 
p. r. 941 W. Ferry St., Buffalo; m. G. W. Gillette, July 5, 1883; 
1 daughter; teacher, Titusville, Pa., 1879-80, Sehuylerville, 1881 
-4; secretary, Buffalo Sem. , 1899 — . 

Bertha Hazard, b. Mobile, Ala. ; c. r. Hartford, Conn. ; p, p, 
The Eliot, Roxbury, Mass. ; teacher, Corning, 1879 Bi, Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1881-3, Brooklyn, 1883-5, Boston, Mass. ,1— 5 tQOO 



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Ethel Jacobsen, b. Baltimore, Md. ; c. r. Baltimore ; p. r. 3007 
Pacific St., Omaha, Neb. ; m. H. J. Windsor, Dec. 27, 1883; 2 
daughters; teacher, Omaha. 

Emily Clara Jordan, b. Ironton, O. ; c. r. Elizabeth, N. J. ; p. r. 
212 Lefferts PI., Brooklyn; m. H. C. Folger, Jr., Oct. 6, 1885; 
teacher, Brooklyn, 1879-85; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Susan Dow Kennedy, b. Oneida; c. r. Oneida; p. r. Stanford 
Univ., Cal. ; m. J. C. Branner, June 20, 1883; 2 sons, 1 daugh- 
ter; teacher, Germantown, Pa., 1879-80, Utica, 1880-3. 

Bertha Vaughan Merrick, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
22 Hillyer St., Orange, N. J. ; teacher, Orange, since 1890. 

Ella Raymond Moore, b. Jerusalem; c. r. Brooklyn and Geneva ; 
m. Rev. W. H. Robinson, Oct. 1, 1879. 

Sallie Mellon Negley, b. Pittsburg, Pa.; c. r. Pittsburg; p. r. 
305 N. Negley Ave. , E. E., Pittsburg; teacher, Penn'a Coll., 
Pittsburg, 10 years ; p. contributions to newspapers. 

Sophia May Nichols, b. Tarrytown ; c. r. Tarrytown ; p. r. 
Tarry town. 

Gertrude Palmer, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. Brooklyn; 
(ad. care Lucius N. Palmer, in Broadway, New York). 

Emma Maud Perkins, b. Winchester, N. H. ; c. r. Cooperstown ; 
p. r. College for Women, Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, O. ; 
teacher, Cleveland, 1879-92, assoc. prof, of Latin, 1892-3, pro- 
fessor of Latin, Coll. for Women, Cleveland, 1893 — . 

Sophia Foster Richardson, b. McMinnville, Tenn. ; c. r. Brook- 
lyn; p. r. Vassar College; teacher, Rutherford, N. J., 1879-86, 
Vassar Coll., 1886—. 

Nannie Green way Sharpe, b. Trenton, Tenn. ; c. r. Nashville, 
Tenn. ; p. r. 323 Union St. , Nashville. 

*Marian Elizabeth Starr, b. Burlington, la; c. r. Burlington; 
m. Luke Palmer, Apr. 28, 1897; d. Burlington, Feb. n, 1898. 

Elizabeth Whitney Towner, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 
Highland Park, 111. 

Anne Morton Turner, b. New York; c. r. Amherst; p. r. 146 St. 
Botolph St., Boston, Mass.; m. O. A. Bierstadt, Aug. 16, 1884; 
1 son; teacher, Van Wert, O. , Norwich and New York, 1879-82. 



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Sarah Eliza Wentworth, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Danvers, Mass. ; 
p. r. 46 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester, Mass. ; teacher, Hampton, Va., 
2 years. 

1880 

Katharine Evelyn Alurich, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. 
Grand Rapids; p. r. Grand Rapids; m. J. Y. F. Blake, Oct. 14, 
1885 ; 2 sons. 

Hyla Clara Armstrong, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; 
p. r. 1530 Broadway, Spokane, Wash.; m. Rev. Wm. Davies, 
Aug. 6, 1891; 2 sons, 1 daughter; teacher, New He /en, 1881-91. 

Annie Prescott Bailey, b. E. Jaffrey, N. H. ; c. r. Fredonia; p. 
r. 665 W. Ferry St., Buffalo; m. Dr. L. A. Bull (d.), June 25, 
1885; 1 son, 1 daughter; p. 4 juvenile books, short stories, 
articles on juvenile domestic science. 

Ella Julia Banks, b. Griffin, Ga. ; c. r. New Haven, Conn. ; p. r. 
18 Trumbull St., New Haven; m. Maj. R. J. Gibson, April 26, 
1881; 6 sons, 1 daughter. 

Mariette Amanda Barnes, b. Mason, Mich. ; c. r. Mason and 
Lansing, Mich.; p. r. University Grounds, Columbus, O. ; m. 
G. W. Knight, Jan. 12, 1882; 2 daughters. 

Hattie Caroline Beringer, b. Waterford, Pa. ; c. r. Lapeer, 
Mich.; m. H. C. Alexander, Feb. 25, 1884; physician, Chicago, 
1883 — ; M.D., Michigan, 1883; p. articles for medical journals. 

Josephine Dorr Blake, b. Dansville; c. r. Dansville; p. r. 243 
Main St., Dansville; M.D., Michigan, 1887. 

Jessie Brewster, b. Haydenville, Mass. ; c. r. Shelton, Conn. ; p. 
r. Shelton. 

Louise L. Brockwav, b. Waterford, Wis. ; c. r. Rockfoi'd, 111., and 
Boston, Mass.; p. r. 1221 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.; m. T. 
P. Stanwood, July 19, 18S3; 1 son, 2 daughters, teacher, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1880-3. 

Emily Celestia BrowNELL, b. Essex Junction, Vt. ; c. r. Roches- 
ter; p. r. Port Jervis; m. Stephen St. John, 1897; teacher, Port 
Jervis, 1881-4, 1887-97. 

Carrie May Canfield, b. Racine, Wis.; c: r. Manistee, Mich.; p, 
r. Manistee; m. W, R. Thorsen, June i(>, 1SS6. 



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^Georgia Florence Cole, b. New York ; c. r. Brooklyn ; d. Brook- 
lyn, May 19, 1881. 

Jennie Cushing, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. r. Belmont, 
Mass. ; m. H. O. Underwood, May 21, 1884; 3 daughters. 

^Katharine Darling, b. Warsaw; c. r. Warsaw; d. Upper Sara- 
nac Lake, Sept. 6, 1889. 

Carrie Bell Dow, b. Fowlerville; c. r. Fowlerville; p. r. 415 
Ashland|Ave., Buffalo; teacher, Springfield, O., 1880-7, Detroit, 
Mich., 1887-97, New York, 1898 — ; student of music, Columbia 
Univ., 1897-8. 

Jeannie Clara Drake, b. Panama; c. r. Westfield; p. r. 127 Far- 
ringdon Road, London, E. C, Eng.; m. Louis Leakey, April 2, 
1888; teacher, Jersey City, N. J., 1880-8, Arundell Academy, 
New York, 1888-92, Erie, Pa., 1894-6; secretary, cashier and 
office manager of The Leakey Aluminium Co., 1896 — . 

Jessie Elizabeth DuBois, b. Owego; c. r. Williamsport, Pa.; 
p. r. 525 W. 4th St., Williamsport. 

Emma Catharine Hartmann, b. Dansville; c. r. Dansville; p. r. 
Dansville; m. F. W. Noyes, Oct. 5, 1881; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Margaret Healy, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; m. E. 
A. Bancroft; executive work, Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 3 yrs. 

Mary Frances Hoyt, b. Southport, Conn. ; c. r. Norwalk, Conn. ; 
p. r. 2147 N St., N. W., Washington, D. C. ; m. B. J. Moses, Nov. 
2i, 1888; 3 sons, 1 daughter; clerk, U. S. Census Bureau, 1880-3, 
U. S. Treas. Dept., 1883-8. 

Abbie Helen Hussey, b. Unity, Me.; c. r. Unity; m. C. E. Sev- 
erance, Aug. 11, 1883. 

Julia Clifford Lathrop, b. Rockford, 111.; c. r. Rockford; p. r. 
Rockford; manager, manufacturing business, 1887 — . 

Anna Cleland McFadden, b. Delhi ; c. r. Newburgh ; p. r. Dobbs 
Ferry; teacher, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1880-5, New York, 1886-90, 
Dobbs Ferry, 1892 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1892. 

Lillie Jane Martin, b. Olean; c. r. Buffalo; p.r. Stanford Univ., 
Cal. ; teacher, Indianapolis, Ind., 1880-9, San Francisco, Cal., 
1889-94, assistant prof, of psychology, Stanford Univ., Cal., 
!g 99 — ; p. (with G. E. Miiller) Zur Analyse der Unterschieds- 
empfindlichkeit. 



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Mary Seymour Morris, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven; 
p. r. 241 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn; m. C. M. Pratt, May 8, 1884; 
3 sons, 2 daughters. 

Elvey Kate Murphy, b. Quincy, 111. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; m. T. 
V. Johnston, Jr. ; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 18S0-9. 

*Mary Olmstead, b. Walton; c. r. Walton; teacher, Fond du Lac, 
Wis., 1880-6, Newark, N. J.; missionary, India; d. India, Apr. 
12, 1897. 

Carrie Dupee Perkins, b. Augusta, Me. ; c. r. Augusta; m. Rev. 
Wm. M. Woodward, Nov. 26, 1883. 

Mabel Elizabeth Pratt, b. Bryan, O. ; c. r. Bryan; p. r. 595 Day- 
ton Ave., St. Paul, Minn.; m. Dr. C. E. Riggs, Sept. 11, 1884; 
1 daughter. 

Nellie Jane Preston, b. Busti ; c. r. Jamestown ; p. r. Fall River, 
Mass. ; m. V. W. Haughwout, Apr. 27, 1881; 1 daughter. 

Myra Reynolds, b. Troupsburg ; c. r. Wellsboro, Pa. ; p. r. Fos- 
ter Hall, Univ. of Chicago, 111.; teacher, Wells Coll., 1880-2, 
VassarColl., 1885-92; fellow, Univ. of Chicago, 1892-4; teach- 
er, Univ. of Chicago, 1895-7; assistant prof, of English, Univ. 
of Chicago, 1897 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1891; Ph.D., Chicago, 1895; 
p. The Attitude towards Nature in the Poetry between Pope and 
Wordsworth. 

Claire Rustin, b. Sioux City, la. ; c. r. Omaha, Neb. ; m. J. H. 
Mcintosh, Apr. 28, 1890; teacher, Omaha, 3 yrs. 

Elizabeth Allen Skinner, b. Haydenville, Mass. ; c. r. Holyoke, 
Mass.; p. r. Auburn; m. Rev. W. H. Hubbard, Nov. 9, 1886; 3 
sons. 

Jessie Frances Smith, b. N. Grafton, Mass.; c. r. N. Grafton; 
p. r. 170 W. 123rd St., New York; teacher, Boston, Mass., 1880-3, 
S. Weymouth, Mass., 1886-93, Sumeld, Conn., 1893-6, New 
York, 1897—; A. M., Columbia, 1897. 

I da Maria Street, b. Oskaloosa, la.; c. r. Oskaloosa; p. r. 191 
Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.; teacher, ( >skaloosa, 1S80-1, 
Council Bluffs, la., 1881-2, Omaha, Neb., 1883-6, iSqi 4, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., 1889-90, Lake Forest, 111., 1805-7, Milwaukee, 
1897-1900; A.M., Michigan, 1889; p. articles for VaU Ri 
Education, and Annalx of Iowa. 



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Phebe Temperance Sutltff, b. Warren, O. ; c. r. Warren; p. r, 
Rockford Coll., Rockford, 111. ; teacher, Hiram Coll., 1880-6, 
Rockford, 1887-9, prof, of history, Rockford Coll., 1892 — , presi- 
dent of Rockford Coll. , 1896—; A.M., Cornell, 1890. 

Harriet Rachel Swan, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 284 Mill St., Poughkeepsie. 

Lucy Tappan, b. Gloucester, Mass.; c. r. Gloucester; p. r. 1264 
Race St., Denver, Col. ; teacher; p. Topical Notes on American 
Authors. 

Clara Helen Thackray, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Brooklyn. 

Ada Thurston, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn and Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 157 Willow St., Brooklyn; teacher, gymnastics, Vassar Coll., 

1880- 3; Packer Inst., Brooklyn, 1883 — ; secretary, Assoc. Alum. 
Vassar Coll. 

Adelaide Van Kleeck, b. Poughkeepsie; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p. 
r. 101 S. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie; m. C. W.Swift, April 20, 
1 88 1 ; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Anna Coates Wardle, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; 
p. r. 157 Willow St., Brooklyn; m. Leigh Liggett (d.), 18S9; 
bursar, Barnard Coll., 1891 — . 

*Emma Blanche Wentworth, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Cambridge. 
Mass. ; m. Dr. Wm. B. Hull, Oct. 5, 1887; d. Cambridge 
Apr. 25, 1889. 

Jessie Carlisle Williams, b. Dunkirk; c. r. Dunkirk; m. C. W. 
Hinkley, 1884; teacher, Dunkirk. 

Eleanor Marion Withey, Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. Grand 
Rapids ; p. r. 21 S. Prospect St., Grand Rapids ; m. W. B. 
Willard, Nov. 17, 1887; 1 son, 1 daughter; p. Children's Sing- 
ing Games. 

Mary Louise Woodward, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. r. 
Lansing, Mich.; m. O. F. Barnes, Apr. 20, 1882; 1 son, 3 
daughters. 

1881 

Arletta Maria Abbott, b. Watertown, Conn.; c. r. Ridgefield, 
Conn.; p. r. 163 Elm St., Oberlin, O. ; teacher, Vassar Coll. 

1881- 8; student, Leipzig and Zurich, 1888-9, Univ. of Mich. 



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1890-2, Leipzig, 1892-3 ; teacher, Oberlin Coll., 1893-6 ; assoc 
prof, of German, Oberlin Coll., 1896-8; prof, of German, 1898 — ; 
A.M., Michigan, 1892. 

Frances Matilda Abbott, b. Concord, N. H. ; c. r. Concord; p. r. 
236 N. Main St., Concord; p. contributions to periodicals, "Do- 
mestic Customs and Social Life" in New History of Concord, 
N. H. 

Jennie Louise Avery, b. Burlington ; c. r. Cooperstown ; p. r. 98 
Westervelt PI., Passaic, N. J. ; m. W. W. Woodcock, Oct. 24, 
1888; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Charlotte Cynthia Barnum, b. Phillipston, Mass. ; c. r. New 
Haven, Conn. ; p. r. 109 Atlantic St., Stamford, Conn. ; teacher, 
Stamford, 1881-2, Bradford, Mass., 1883, New Haven, Conn., 
1885-6, Smith Coll., 1889-90, Carleton Coll., 1895-6 ; computer 
for Yale Obs., 1883-5.; actuary's clerk, Springfield, Mass., 1898; 
student of mathematics, New Haven, 1885, 1888, Johns Hopkins 
Univ., 1890-2, Yale Univ., 1892-5; cataloguer, Stamford, 1882-3, 
assist., Webster's Internat. Diet., 1886-90, 1897; life insurance 
agent, 1900 — ; Ph.D., Yale, 1895, mem. Amer. Math. Soc, 1894, 
fellow Amer. Assoc. Ad. Sci., 1897; p. Sophie Kowabosky, in 
Astronomy and Astro-Physics. 

Mary Raymond Braislin, b. Burlington, N. J. ; c. r. Crosswicks, 
N. J. ; p. r. Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wis. ; teacher, Farmington, 
Conn., Bordentown, N. J., Kenosha, Wis. 

May Bryan, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. Rutherford, N. 
J.; teacher, New York, Philadelphia, Pa., Eauclaire, Wis»., 
Canandaigua; draughtsman, New York, Brooklyn. 

Marion Burke, b. Waverly, la.; c. r. Evanston, 111., and Chicago, 
111.; p. r. Colorado Springs, Col.; physician; M.D., Woman's 
Med. Coll., N. Y. Infirmary, 1895. 

Emma Louisa Bush, b. Waverly. Ia. ; c. r. Arcade ; p. r. Montour 
Falls; teacher, Mt. Carroll, 111., 1881-2, Oxford, N. C., 18S2-.4. 
Ishpeming, Mich., 1885-90; preceptress, Montour Falls, 1S90 — . 

Julia Frances Darling, b. Millvillc, Mass. ; c. r. Brooklyn; p. v. 
Mendon, Mass. 

•Harriet Deborah Drury, b, Pond du Lac, Wis.; c r. Pond du 
Lac; A.M., Vassar, 1 881. 



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Helene Smith Durand, b. Racine, Wis.; c. r. Racine; p. r. 537 
N. State St., Chicago, 111. ; m. S. E. Hall, July 13, 1886; 1 son, 
1 daughter. 

Helen Rosaline Erskine, b. Racine, Wis. ; c. r. Racine; p. r. 938 
Summerdale Ave., Chicago, Jll. ; m. A. O. Coddington, Apr, 30, 
1895; teacher, Racine, Wis., 1890-2. 

*Alida Katharine Fitzhugh, b. Mt. Morris ; c. r. Mt. Morris ; d. 
Feb. 20, 1898. 

Mary Lora Feeeman, b. Camillus ; c. r. Penfield ; p. r. North- 
western Univ., Evanston, 111. ; teacher, Granville, O., 1882-5; 
grad. student, and asst. lib., Bryn Mawr Coll., 1885-7; teacher, 
New Paltz, 1887-94, Northwestern Univ., 1894 — ; A.M., Vassar, 
1887; p. contributions to magazines. 

Harriet Eliza Gardner, b. Fort Ann ; c. r. Fort Ann; p. r. 31 
Hamilton St., Pittsburgh ; m. S. D. Curtis, Oct. 17, 1883; 
3 sons. 

Cora Nelson Glenn, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati ; m. (r) 
Leicester Sargent, Apr. 11, 1882; (2) E. Hamilton Bell. 

Josephine Harrison, b. Austin, Tex, ; c. r. Fayette, Mo. ; p. r. 
1755 Emerson Ave., Denver, Col. 

Alice Hayes, b. Great Falls, N. H. ; c. r. Cambridge, Mass., Do- 
ver, N. H. ; p. r. 2 Mercer Circle, Cambridge, Mass. ; teacher, 
Boston, Mass., 1881-4; grad. student, Harvard Annex, 1884-5; 
Leipzig, Germany, 1885-6; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Alice Caroline Henck, b. Dedham, Mass. ; c. r. Boston, Mass. ; 
p. r. El Montecito, Cal. 

Emma Carroll Hodge, b. Marietta, O. ; c. r. Springfield, Mass. ; 
p. r. 109 Bowen St., Providence, R. I. ; teacher, Ridgefield, 
Conn., 1882-3, Providence, 1883-9, 1 894-1900; p. contributions 
to newspapers. 

Kate M. Lane, b. Middlefield; c. r. Cooperstown ; m. J. F. 
Thompson, Nov. 1, 1887. 

Caroline Augusta Lloyd, b. Pekin, 111. ; c. r. Belleville, N. J. ; p. 
r. Belleville; m. Lothrop Withington, Oct. 14, 1892; teacher, 
1882, 1887-90, journalist ; p. contributions to newspapers. 



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Anne Lowry Lyon, b. Erie, Pa.; c. r. Erie; p.r. care Mass. Loan 
and Trust Co., 60 State St., Boston, Mass.; m. S. C. Martin 
(d.), Apr. 21, 1887. 

Elizabeth Selden Marvin, b. Ripley; c. r. Erie, Pa.; p. r. 22 
India Square, Boston, Mass.; m. R. W. Neff, Nov. 15, 1883. 

Julia Adele Meeker, b. Brooklyn; c, r. Brooklyn; p. r. 409 North 
Raymond Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

*Jeannette Eliza Murray, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; 
teacher, Cleveland, 1881-5; d. Cleveland, Sept. 11, 1885. 

Mary Fuller Penfield, b. Rockford, 111. ; c. r. Rockford ; p. r. 
San Diego, Cal.; m. S. A. Norton, May 20, 1899; teacher, Fisk 
Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 1889-92. 

*Mary Adele Pratt, b. Hornellsville ; c. r. Elmira; m. J. F. 
Thompson, June 6, 1883; 1 daughter; d. Elmira, May 14, 1886. 

Elizabeth Garman Shaw, b. Dexter, Me.; c. r. Dexter; p. r. 
310 Peel St., Montreal, Can. ; m. C. T. Shaw, Dec. 25, 1882; 3 
sons, 1 daughter. 

Alice Shove, b. Fall River, Mass.; c. r. Fall River; p. r. 446 
Highland Ave., Fall River; m. Edward Brooks, May 10, 1882; 
2 sons, 3 daughters. 

Elizabeth Sheldon Smith, b. Canajoharie; c. r. Canajoharie; 
p. r. 65 W. 83rd St., New York; m. P. K. Yates, June 25, 18S4; 
1 son, 1 daughter. 

Mary Therese Sterling, b. Sterlingville ; c. r. Antwerp; p. r. 
106 Park St., E. Orange, N. J. ; teacher, Canajoharie, 1881-94, 
Garden City, 1894-5, Utica, 1895-9, E. Orange, 1899 — > 

Mary Hamilton Stockwell, b. Oakland, Warren Co., Ky. ; c. 

r. Orange, N. J. ; artist. 
Cora Van Benschoten, b. Poughkeepsie, ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 

r. 314 W. 82d St., New York; m. C. E. Potter, Apr. 25, 1SS9; 

1 son. 

Caroline Stewart White, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Vernon; p. r. 45 
Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 

1882 

Estelle Bartlett, b. Warsaw; c. r. Warsaw; p. r. Rutland, Vt, 
m. S. A. Howard, May 22, 1890; 2 sons. 



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Mary Burta Brittan, b. San Mateo Co., Cal. ; c. r. Newburgh; 
p. r. Hotel Pleasanton, San Francisco, Cal. 

Stella Florine Broadhead, b. Jamestown ; c. r. Jamestown ; p. 
r. 30 Warren St., Jamestown. 

Emily Genevieve Buckland, b. Sing Sing; c. r. New York; p. r. 
Summit, N. J.; m. F. L. Crawford, Dec. 17, 1885; 3 daughters. 

Mary Edith Case, b. Bradford, la. ; c. r. Charles City, la. ; p. r. 
915 4th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn.; m. F. E. Barney, Sept. 
17, 1885; 1 son, 2 daughters. 

Susan Coffin Coleman, b. Orangeville, O. ; c. r. Cleveland, O. ; 
p. r. 82 Astor St., Chicago, III. ; m. H. P. Crowell, July 10, 1888; 
1 son. 

Mabel Eloise Dart, b. Hamilton ; c. r. Hamilton ; p. r. Univ. of 
Wash., Seattle, Wash. ; m. F. W. Colegrove, Aug. 12, 1884; pre- 
ceptress, Norwich, 1882-4, Marion, 1884-9. 

Mary Florence Easton, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Nantucket, 
Mass.; p. r. 706 Grand Ave., St. Paul, Minn.; m. M. R. Con- 
able, June 18, 1888; 1 son; teacher, Philadelphia, Pa., 1882-S. 

Bertha Cecilia Fridenberg, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 
206 E. 79th St., New York; teacher, Norfolk Coll., Norfolk, Va. , 
Philadelphia, Pa., New York; A.M., Columbia; asst. supervis- 
or of music, public schools, New York ; p. essays on musical 
topics, music critiques. 

Laura Franklin Glenn, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati. 

Laura Clark Gross, b. E. Somerville, Mass. ; c. r. E. Somerville I 
p. r. 410 Highland Ave., Fall River, Mass. ; m. C. M. Shove, 
Mar. 1, 1893; 1 daughter. 

Mary Lucy Harker, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San Francisco; 
m. O. E. Derby. 

Elizabeth Mehaffey Howe, b. Fortress Monroe, Va. ; c. r. Alca- 
traz Isl., Cal., Ft. McHenry, Md., Ft. Adams, R. I. ; p. r. 1S3 
Delaware Ave., Buffalo; m. Dr. Lucien Howe, Aug. 16, 1S93; 
p. contributions to periodicals. 

Ida Howgate, b. Romeo, Mich. ; c. r. Washington, D. C. ; teacher, 
Washington, 1882 — . 



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Mary Elizabeth Jones, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Boston; p. r. 8 
James St., Boston, Mass.; physician, Europe, 1892-3, Boston; 
A.M., Vassar, 1887; M.D., Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y. Inf., 
1890. 

Mary Brigham King, b. Barnstable, Mass. ; c. r. Concord, Mass. ; 
p. r. Columbia Univ., New York; m. E. H. Babbitt, Sept. 16, 
1891; 2 sons, 1 daughter; teacher, Indianapolis, Ind., 1883, 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1883-4, Boston, Mass., 1885-91. 

Luella Burd Kountz, b. Allegheny, Pa. ;c. r. Allegheny; teacher, 
New York, 5 yrs. 

Carrie Craft Lawrence, b. New York; c. r. Rahway, N. J ; p. 
r. Patterson ; teacher and stenographer, Rahway, New York, 
Patterson. 

Winifred Learned, b. Buffalo; c. r. Batavia; p. r. 907 9th St., 
Sioux City, la.; m. J. W. Brown, June 27, 1883; 2 sons, 1 
daughter. 

Carrie Farrant Macadam, b. Detroit, Mich.; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 
care Bishop McKim, Tokyo, Japan; teacher, Kalamazoo, 1887- 
90 ; Sioux Falls, S. D., 1891-3, S.Bethlehem, Pa., 1894-1900, 
Japan, 1900 — . 

Georgiana Lea Morrill, b. Bolivar, Tenn. ; c. r. Painted Post; 
p. r. Smith Coll., Northampton, Mass. ; teacher, Bridgeton, N. 
J., Norfolk, Va., Brooklyn, New York, Smith Coll. ; A.M., 
Vassar, 1889; Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1895; p. Speculum Gy de 
Warewyke, Early English Text Society; contributions to news- 
papers. 

*Eva May Munro, b. Elbridge; c. r. Elbridge; teacher, Hones- 
dale, Pa., Philadelphia, Pa.; d. Elbridge, Feb. 2, 1893. 

Abbie Miner Nickerson, b. Provincetown, Mass. ; c. r. W. New- 
ton, Mass.; p. r. 5 Lincoln Ave., Amherst, Mass.; m. L. H. 
Elwell, Dec. 20, 1883; 1 son, 3 daughters. 

Jennie McLellan Patterson, b. Marysville, Cal. ; c. r. Marys 
ville and Walla Walla, Wash.; p. r. 807 5th Ave., Spokane. 
Wash.; teacher, Spokane, 1886-9 and 1891-3; lumber business, 
Spokane, since 1899. 

Lyiha Rollinson Peck, b. Flushing; c. r. Flushing; p, r. HO S, 
Parsons Aye., Flushing; teacher, 4 yrs. 



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Annie Stevenson Phillips, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny; 
p. r. 637 Ridge Ave., Allegheny. 

Mary Robinson Sanford, b. Troy; c. r. Troy; p. r. 25 E. 30th St., 
New York. 

Ellen Churchill Semple, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; 
p. r. 509 W. Ormsby Ave., Louisville ; teacher, Louisville, 
1883 — ; p. The Development of the Hanse Towns in Relation to 
Their Geographical Environment , Bulletin A?ner. Geog. Soc; 
The Influence of the Appalachian Barrier upon Colonial Histo- 
ry, Some Geographic Causes determining the Location of 
Cities, The Indians of Southwestern Alaska in Relation to their 
Environment, A Comparative Study of the Atlantic and Pa- 
cific Oceans, Jour, of School Geog. 

Cora Louise Shailer, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 7345 
Pearl St., Denver, Col. ; m. C. H. Dow, 1889; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Mary Evans Shove, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River ; p. r. 
446 Highland Ave., Fall River. 

Anna Cora Southworth, b. W. Stoughton, Mass. ; c. r. W. 
Stoughton; p. r. 93 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass. ; m. H. A. 
Wyman, Feb. 13, 1 891 ; 1 daughter ; school committee, Stough- 
ton, 3 yrs. 

Lillie Backus Stanton, b. Schenectady ; c. r. Albany ; m. F. A. 

Farrar, June 12, 1888. 
Fannie Belle Taylor, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. Newark; p. r. 14 

Chestnut St., Newark; m. C. E. Young, Nov. 15, 1893. 

Ella B. Varnes, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. Seattle, 
Wash.; m. Feb. 8, 1883; 1 son, 1 daughter; teacher, Seattle; 
A. M., Univ. of Washington, 1899. 

*Emily Warder, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Springfield ; m. Percy 
Norton; d. Springfield, Sept. 24, 1893. 

*Helen Warren, b. Stamford, Conn. ; c. r. Stamford ; m. Lieut. 
V. E. Stottler, Aug. 25, 1887; d. Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 18, 1892. 

Jessie F. Wheeler, b. Milton ; c. r. Mechanicsville ; p. r. 42 S. 
Main St., Mechanicsville; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Elizabeth Mead White, b. Seneca Falls; c. r. Seneca Falls; p. r. 
1256 Isidora Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; teacher, Lacona, Winnetka, 
111., 1889, Ravenswood, 111., 1890, Wellston, Mo., 1897—. 



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Stematz Yamakawa, b. Wakamatz, Aidou, Japan; c. r. Tokyo, 
Japan ; m. Iwao Oyama. 

1883 

Evelyn Baldwin, b. Wellsville ; c. r. Wellsville ; p. r. 344 West 
Ave. , Rochester ; physician and surgeon. 

Rose Jennie Baldwin, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Indianapolis ; 
p. r. 1305 17th St., Washington, D. C. ; m. E. R. Lewis, M. D., 
Apr. 19, 1892; 2 sons, 1 daughter ; teacher, Louisville, Ky., 
1885-8; since 1897, owner of McDonald-Ellis School, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Sarah Crispell Bernard, b. Kingston ; c. r. Kingston ; p. r. 224 
Fair St., Kingston. 

Clara Lena Bostwick, b. Gt. Barrington, Mass. ; c. r. Lebanon 
Springs; p. r. The Elms, Springfield, Mass.; teacher, Spring- 
field, since 1883. 

Martha Boyd, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis ; p. r. 501 
Vance St., Memphis; m. W. S. Jones, Dec. 20, 1888; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

Mary Cooley, b. Dubuque, la.; c. r. Dubuque; p. r. Edgeworth, 
Pa.; m. C. W. Bassett, Mar. 5, 1891; 1 daughter ; teacher, cur- 
rent events clubs, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York, Denver ; 
p. contributions to periodicals. 

Caroline Curtiss, b. Yonkers; c. r. Yonkers; p. r. 87 High St., 
Yonkers; m. J. Q. A. Johnson, Jan. 23, 1884; 4 sons, 1 daughter. 

Ida Cushing, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; m. Wm. L. Under- 
wood, Nov. 16, 1887. 

Esther Pomeroy Cutler, b. Grand Haven, Mich. ; c. r. Grand 
Haven; p. r. 881 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. ; m. J. N. Bag- 
ley, Mar. 11, 1884; 3 sons, 1 daughter. 

Jessie Keyes Dewell, b. New Haven, Conn.; c. r. New Haven; 
p. r. 400 Orange St. , New Haven. 

Harriet Evans, b. Kingston; c. r. Lakeville, Conn.; m. II. S. 
Gulliver, Sept. 3, 1887; teacher, Newburgh, 1883-7. 

*Mahel Poos, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Springfield; m, R. VY. 
Knott, Nov. 27, 1884; teacher, Louisville, Ky., 1883-4; d. Louis- 
ville, Jan. 24, 1885. 



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Sarah Pierce Gunnison, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Boston; p. r. 34 
Blyman Ave., Gloucester, Mass. ; teacher, Augusta, Me., 1885-8, 
Baltimore, Md., 1889-98. 

Amy Swift Hopson, b. Kent, Conn.; c. r. Kent; p. r. Kent. 

Anna Hubbell Lathrop, b. Rockford, 111.; c. r. Rockford; p. r. 
Charles City, la.; m. A. G. Case, May 5, 1897; teacher, Rock- 
ford, 2 yrs., Rockford Coll., 1894-5. 

Stella Blanche Mabury, b. Jeffersonville, Ind. ; c. r. San Jose, 
Cal. ; m. Edwin Carson. 

Frances Garland Markham, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. St. Louis ; 
p. r. Dorranceton, Pa.; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1895-8. 

Helen Harrison Morris, b. New Haven, Conn.; c. r. New Hav- 
en; p. r. 93 Whitney Ave., New Haven ; m. Arthur Twining 
Hadley, June 30, 1891 ; 2 sons, 1 daughter ; p. contributions to 
periodicals. 

Laura Page, b. Perry ; c. r. Perry ; p. r. Perry. 

Mary Franklin Pass, b. Sampson Co., N. C. ; c. r. Faison, N. C. ; 
p. r. 511 Holly Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. ; m. J. P. Fearring- 
ton, M. D., Nov. 27, 1889; 1 son, 3 daughters ; stock farmer, 
1884-96; teacher. 

Alice Boardman Poinier, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. Newark; p. r. 
76 St. James PI., Brooklyn; m. J. A. Sanford, Apr. 14, 1892; 1 
daughter; teacher, Newark, 4 yrs.; student, Minn. Univ., 
1894-6; p. contributions to newspapers. 

Ida Caroline Ransom, b. Barkhampstead, Conn. ; c. r. Unionville, 
Conn.; p. r. 21 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Conn.; m. E. C. King, 
Jan. 31, 1885 ; 2 sons. 

Cornelia Morse Raymond, b. Angelica; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
The Elms, Springfield, Mass.; preceptress, Delhi, 1883-5; 
teacher, Springfield, 1 885-1 900. 

Martha Sharpe, b. Eckley, Pa. ; c. r. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ; p. r. 80 
W. River St., Wilkes-Barre. 



*Abbie Whipple Sherman, b. Greenwich ; c. r. Greenwich ; liter- 
ary work; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Apr. 22, 1900. 



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Mary Sherwood, b. Ballston Spa ; c. r. Ballston Spa ; p. r. The 
Arundel, Baltimore, Md. ; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1883-5, Brook- 
lyn, 18.85-6; student of medicine, Univ. of Zurich, 1886-90; phy- 
sician, Baltimore, Md., 1890 — ; lecturer, Woman's Med. Coll., 
Phila., 1893-6; lecturer and visiting physician, Bryn Mawr Coll., 
1894-9; physician, Bryn Mawr Sc., Baltimore, 1894-1900; M.D., 
Zurich, 1890; p. monographs on med. subjects. 

Emeline Gregory Slee, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 15 High St., Poughkeepsie. 

Mary Greenleaf Stevens, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Lowell; p. r. 13 
Barrister's Hall, Lowell; teacher, Memphis, Tenn., 1883-4, 
1887-90, Lowell, 1884-7, St. Paul, Minn., 1890-7; A.M., Vassar, 
1899. 

Lucy Compton Street, b. Nebraska City, Neb. ; c. r. Council 
Bluffs, la. ; p. r. S. Manchester, Conn. ; m. W. W. Cheney, Apr. 
19, 1887 ; 1 son. 

Mary Sudduth, b. Springfield, 111. ; c. r. Normal, 111. ; m. Dr. N, 
K. McCormick, Nov. 6, 1889, 

Susan Forrest Swift, b, Amenia ; c. r. Amenia ; p. r. 36 White 
St., Saratoga ; teacher, Morristown, N. J,, 1883-4 ; worker in 
Salvation Army, 12 yrs. ; journalist, London, Eng., 1884-95; in 
charge Waifs' Home, London, 1895 ; editor, New York, 1897-8; 
entered novitiate, Dominican Srs., as Sister Mary Imelda 
Teresa, Albany, 1898 ; p. first year's annual report, " Darkest 
England," social scheme ; many contributions to periodicals of 
different countries. 

Sarah Holmes Treadway, b. Pontiac, Mich. ; c. r. Pontiac ; p. r. 
Tenafiy, N. J.; m. J. B. W. Lansing, Jan. 8, 1890; 2 sons. 

Charlotte Amelia Valleau, b. New York; c. r. New York ; m. 
W. W. Jenks. 

Annie Blythe West, b. Dry River, Pa. ; c. r. Harrisburg, Pa. ; 
missionary, Japan, 1883—. 

Mary Wiieatley, b. Middletown; c. r. Highland Falls and Ka- 
tonah; p. r. 2031 O St., N. W., Washington, 1). C; m. T. N. 
Lewis, Oct. 21, 1886; 2 sons, 2 daughters; teacher, Louisville, 
Ky., 1883-4, New York, 1884-6. 



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*Cora Alice Wheeler, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; m. 
M. W. Deyo, June 20, 1889; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1883-9; d- 
Poughkeepsie, Jan. 9, 1893. 

Charlotte R. Wheeler, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. Vassar College; m, Chas. Overacker, Nov. 27, 1883; 1 son. 

Grace Peirce Wygant, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. Barre, 
Mass. ; teacher, Allegheny, Pa., 1886-8, New York, 1888-1900. 

*Jenny Alida Yost, b. Waterloo ; c. r. Waterloo ; teacher, Lock- 
port; d. Berlin, Oct. 26, 1891. 

1884 

Kittie Antoinette Acer, b. Shelby Center; c. r. Shelby Center; 
p. r. Aurora; m. Edward Fulton, July 23, 1896 ; prof, of mathe- 
matics, Wells Coll., 1886-96. 

Mary Elizabeth Adams, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. 
471 Dunham Ave., Cleveland ; teacher, North Adams, Mass:, 
1884-7; Louisville, Ky., 1887-9; New York, 1889-93; Cleveland, 
1893-1900. 

Louise Ardelle Barker, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Lowell; p. r. 229 
Andover St., Lowell; m. J. A. Nesmith, June 10, 1891; 1 son, 2 
daughters. 

*Alice Blanchard, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Evanston, 111. ; d. Oct. 9, 
1894. 

^Harriet Amelia Budd, b. Chester, N. J. ; c. r. Chester; teacher. 
Chester; d. Chester, Sept. 11, 1891. 

Sarah Cecil, b. Danville, Ky. ; c. r. Danville; professional singer, 
New York and London, 1884 — . 

Maria Amanda Chapman, b. Plattsmouth, Neb. ; c. r. Council 
Bluffs, la.; p. r. Denver, Col. ; m. H. C. Crouch, June 8, 1895; 
teacher, Kenosha, Wis. 

Harriet Louise Cornwell, b. New York; c. r. Troy; p. r. 9 Cedar 
St., Chicago, 111.; m. Dr. S. C. Stanton, Feb. 12, 1885; 2 sons, 
1 daughter. 

Minnie Alice Cumnock, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Lowell; p. r. 365 
Cherry St., Grand Rapids, Mich.; m. J. W. Blodgett, Jan. 16, 
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Ella Maria Freeman, b. Millbury, Mass. ; c. r. Millbury ; p. r. 
Vassar College ; teacher, Dudley, Mass., 1884-6, Clinton, 
Conn., 1886-7, Vassar College, 1887—. 

Mary Jeannette Gardner, b, Bennington Center, Vt. ; c. r. Ben- 
nington Center; p. r. 304 E. Church St., Elmira; m, Dr. C. G. 
R. Jennings, Sept. 8, 1885 ; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Caroline Foster Griffith, b. Mercer, Pa. ; c. r, Mercer ; p. r. 
Mercer. 

Frances Mary Haldeman, b, Salem, O. ; c, r, Martinsburg, W. 
Va. ; p. r. 804 21st St., Washington, D. C. ; m. T. ~.V. Sidwell, 
June 29, 1887; teacher, Washington, 1885 — . 

Martha Clement Hubbard, b, Woodstock, 111. ; c. r. Danbury, 
Conn. ; p. r. 206 Elm St., Holyoke, Mass. ; m. J. A. Skinner, 
June 29, 1887; 1 son,. 2 daughters. 

Martha Frances LaVaughn Hussey, b. Unity, Me. ; c. r. Unity ; 
m. A. J. Huneke; teacher, White Sulphur Springs, Mont., 
2 yrs. 

Harriet Morse Jenckes, b. E. Blackstone, Mass. ; c. r. Paw- 
tucket, R. I.; p. r. Pawtucket; teacher, Davenport, la., 1889-90, 
Brooklyn, 1891— ; A.M., New York Univ., 1895. 

^Elizabeth Onetah McMillan, b. Arlington, 111. ; c. r. Wisner, 
Neb.; m. Charles Harding, Sept. 29, 1886; d. Norfolk, Neb., 
Jan. 1, 1892. 

Justina Hall Merrick, b. Mansfield, Conn. ; c. r. Holyoke, Mass. ; 
p. r. 465 E. Fulton St., Grand Rapids, Mich.; m. C. H. Hollis- 
ter, Dec. 19, 1888; 2 sons, 1 daughter. 

Margaret Elgar Miller, b. Sandy Springs, Md, ; c. r. Sandy 
Springs; m. S. M. Janney, Dec. 28, 1889. 

*Lydia Agnes Mitchell, b. Kendallville, Ind. ; c. r. Kendallville ; 
m. P. D. Creager; d. Dec, 1895. 

Lulu Maria Morrill, b. Farmington, Me. ; c. r. Painted Post; p. 
r. Wolcott. 

Catharine Louise Patterson, b. Corning; c. r. Westfieldjp. r. 
Westfield; m. F. W. Crandall, June 29, 1887; 2 sons. 



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Harriet Elizabeth Shoecraft, b. Oneida; c. r. Oneida; p. r. 1425 
S. Hope St., Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. Dr. G. L. Cole, March 13, 
1888. 

Lydia Katharine Smith, b. Canajoharie; c. r. Canajoharie ; p. r. 
Canajoharie; m. W. H. Bain, Sept. 21, 1887; 2 daughters. 

Jessie Isadore Spafford, b. Rockford, 111. ; c. r. Rockford; p. 
r. Rockford; head of department of mathematics and physics, 
Rockford Coll., 1885. 

Louise Jennie Starkweather, b. Elba ; c. r, Clifton; p, r. 11 N. 
Munn Ave,, E. Orange, N. J, ; teacher, Penn Yan, 1887-90, 
East Orange, 1891-1900; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Ella Story, b. Waterloo; c. r. Waterloo; p. r. Waterloo; m. G. E. 
Zartman, Apr. 14, 1892; 1 son, 1 daughter; teacher, Phoenix, 
1884-6, Hornellsville, 1887-9, Passaic, N. J., 1890-2. 

Emily Allison Townsend, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New 
Haven; p. r. 39 College St., New Haven. 

Caroline Catherine Walch, b. Syracuse; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 
1309 Kenesaw Ave., Washington, D. C. ; teacher, 1885-8; 
literary work, 1888 — ; p. special articles for newspapers, Doctor 
Sphinx, A Novel. 

Harriet Elizabeth Walrath, b. Manlius Center; c. r. Syracuse; 
m. C. A. Kitts, Aug. 4, 1886; p. stories and sketches. 

1885 

Alice Gertrude Bryant, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Stoneham, Mass., 
and Woburn, Mass. ; student of medicine, Philadelphia, Boston 
and New York, 4 yrs. ; M.D. 

Emily Adelia Cady, b. Hamlin; c. r. Brockport; m. I. E. Harris; 
teacher, Nyack, 1 year; M. D., Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y. Inf., 
1889. 

Grace LaMont Chubb, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. Grand 

Rapids; p. r. Sewickly, Pa. ; m. A. L. George, Oct. 16, 1890 ; 

teacher, Bergen Point, N. J., 1885-6, Cincinnati, O., 1887-90. 
Jessie Paul Clinton, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. New Orleans, La, ; 

p. r, Avondale Ave., Cincinnati, O. ; m. L. G, Banning, Nov, 

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Caroline Matilda Cochran, b. Galway ; c. r, Newburgh ; p, r, 

Powell Ave., Newburgh. 
Mary Watson Craig, b. Locust Hill, Pa. ; c. r. Fairview, Md. ; p. 

r. Harrisburg, Pa.; m. I. H. Shoemaker, May 3, 1888; teacher, 

Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1885-7. 

Lucy Davis, b. Philadelphia, Pa.; c. r. Philadelphia; p. r. 902 
Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

Elizabeth Deming, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; m. Alonzo 
Yates, Apr. 19, 1887. 

Elizabeth Roe Dunning, b. Newton, N. J. ; c. r. Orange, N. J. ; 
p. r. Institution for Blind, Lancaster Ave., Philad lphia, Pa.; 
teacher, Pittsburg Fern. Coll., 1885-6, Sing Sing, 1886-8, prin- 
cipal teacher, Institution for Blind, Philadelphia, 1889 — . 

Harriet Alden Durfee, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River ; 

p. r. 19 Highland Aye., Fall River. 
Lucy Elson, c. r. New Haven, Conn. 

Mary Ellen Ewing, b. Pittsburgh ; c. r. Pittsburgh ; p. r. More- 
wood PI., Pittsburgh; m. G. E. Shaw, Dec. 19, 1893 ; 2 daugh- 
ters. 

Marie Eldora Mott Gage ( Mrs. ), b. Alburgh, Vt. ; c. r. Poult" 
ney, Vt. and Middletown, Conn. ; p. r. 121 E. 82d St., New 
York; m. H. C. Gage, Feb. 21, 1883 ; 1 son, 1 daughter; study 
in Europe, 1 897-9 ; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Anna Beatrice Goldstine, b. Hungary, Austria; c. r. Cairo, 111. ; 
p. r. 612 Washington Ave., Cairo; m. Samuel White, June 24, 
1 891 ; 1 son. 

Lavinia Hannah Gould, b. Franklin Furnace, O. ; c. r. Franklin 
Furnace; p. r. Franklin Furnace; m. J. T. MacBride, Nov. 20, 
1 891 ; 2 daughters. 

Lucy Blanche Hancock, b. Dubuque, la. ; c. r. Dubuque. 

Sarah Carrington Hening, b. Montclair, N. J. ; c. r. Orange, N. 
J. ; p. r. 46 Ridge St., Orange; teacher, Orange, 1885-90, Ladies' 
Coll., Halifax, N.S., 1890-3, Morristown, N. J., 1894-5, Orange, 
1895-1900. 

Ella Gertrude Heyer, b. Marlboro, N. J. ; c. r. Marlboro; p. r. 
57a Bainbridge St., Brooklyn ; teacher, Norwich, 3 yrs., New 
York. 



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Clara Hiscock, b. Marcellus ; c. r. Syracuse; m. W. C. Brace, 
June 19, 1889. 

*Mary Gertrude Jones, b. Findlay, O. ; c. r. Findlay ; m. Wm. T. 
Ward, Oct. 27, 1886; d. Poughkeepsie, Dec. 10, 1891. 

Abby Leach, b. Brockton, Mass.; c. r. Cambridge, Mass., Boston, 
Mass. ; p. r. Vassar College ; teacher, Brockton, 1872-3, Oread 
Inst. 1873-8, Boston, 1880-3, Vassar Coll., 1883-6, assoc. prof. 

of Greek, Vassar Coll., 1886-9, prof. 1889 ; student Leipzig 

Univ., 1886-7; A.M., Vassar, 1885; p. contributions to periodi- 
cals. 

Ella Savina Leonard, b. Leonardville, N. J.; c. r. Leonardville ; 
p. r. Perth Amboy, N. J. ; journalist, Washington, Chicago, 
New York. 

Anna Elisabeth Lester, b. White Plains; c. r. White Plains; p. 
r. Manchester, Vt. ; m. C. H. Hawley, Feb. 22, 1893; 1 son. 

Mabel Ruth Loomis, b. N. Manchester, Conn. ; c. r. Poughkeep- 
sie; p. r. Ticknor Hall, Colorado Springs, Col.; teacher, Vas- 
sar Coll., 1886-95, dean of women, Colorado Coll., 1896 — . 

Phcebe Loving, b. St. Joseph, Mo. ; c. r. St. Joseph. 

Edith Lowry, b. Covington, Ky. ; c. r. Covington ; p. r. Denver, 
Col. ; m. J. J. Charlton, Oct. 31, 1895. 

Jane Elizabeth Ricker, b. Madison, O. ; c. r. Kirkwood, Mo. ; 
p. r. Kirkwood; teacher, Brooklyn, 1885-1900. 

Mary Augusta Ricker, b. Madison Furnace, O. ; c. r. Kirkwood, 
Mo.; p. r. Kirkwood; teacher, Germantown, Pa., 1887, Wilson 
Coll., Chambersburg, Pa., 1887—. 

Beatrice Joanna Shattuck, b. Norwich ; c. r. Norwich ; p. r. 697 
Potomac Ave., Buffalo; m. Dr. F. S. Fulton (d), July 14, 1886; 
2 daughters ; teacher, Cleveland, O., 1885-6, Norwich, 1893- 
4, St. Joseph, Mo., 1894-6, lady principal, Owatonna, Minn., 
1896-8 ; supt. of circulation, Buffalo public library, 1898 — ; p. 
contributions to periodicals. 

Mary Smiley, b. Dryden; c. r. Groton ; p. r. Groton ; m. C. O. 
Rhodes, Oct. 24, 1887; 1 son; teacher, Dryden, 1886-7. 

Lillian May Stevens, b. Zanesville, O. ; c. r. Columbus, O. ; p. r. 
47 Miami Ave., Columbus. 



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Flora Uberhorst, b. Stratford, Ont. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; m. 
Clarke Haire, Jan. 9, 1889. 

Mary Curtiss Vosburgh, b. Gowanda; c. r. Gowanda; p. r. 66 
Oxford St., Rochester; m. J. W. Taylor, Apr. 27, 1892; 1 son, 2 
daughters; teacher, Gowanda, 1886-8, Rochester, 1889. 

Anna Brown Wheeler, b. Utica, O. ; c. r. Chattanooga, Tenn; p. 
r. Laurin, Madison Co., Mont.; m. Winchester Dickerson, Apr. 
10, 1890; 2 daughters. 

Betty Campbell Woods, b. Columbus, O. ; c. r. Columbus; m. 
Edward Beauchamp, June 2, 1890. 

1886 

Charlotte Peck Acer, b. Shelby Center ; c. r. Shelby Center ; p. 
r. Pittsford. 

Lizzie Adams, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 1 Shonnard 
Terrace, Yonkers; m. G. C. Noble, Jan. 7, 1892; 3 sons; p. con- 
tributions to periodicals. 

Catharine Thorn Akin, b. New York ; c. r. New Hackensack ; p. 
r. New Hackensack. 

Carrie Lindley Borden, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River ; 
p. r. 326 N. Main St., Fall River. 

*Helen Culbertson Botsford, b. New York ; c. r. Port Jervis, 
and Wenonah, N. J. ; d. Asheville, N. C, Apr. 16, 1887. 

*Annie Cook Buck, b. Freehold, N. J. ; c. r. Perth Amboy, N. J. ; 
teacher, Bridgeton, N. J., Mexico, Yonkers. 

Ida Rebecca Chase, b. Lebanon, Conn.; c. r. Newport, R. I.; 
teacher, Mt. Vernon, N. H., 1 yr., Plainfield, N. J., 2 yrs., Willi- 
rriantic, Conn., 1889—. 

Ruth Curtiss, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 578 Jen- 
nings Ave., Cleveland; m. T. P. Lyman, June 23, 1898; 1 
daughter. 

Eleanor Amanda Ferris, b. Sandusky, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
2016 Scottwood Ave., Toledo, O. ; teacher, Toledo, [890-3, 1897 
9, Cleveland, 1894-6; student, R idcliffe Coll., 1S99— . 

*Emma Raymond Foster, b. Brewster; c. r. Brewster; m, F, S. 
Barnum, Jan. 9, 1889; t son; d. White Plains, June 1, [897. 



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Ada Fox, b. Painted Post ; c. r. Painted Post; p. r; 819 First PI., 
Plainfield, N. J. ; m. W. H. Freeman, Oct. 19, 1887; 3 sons. 

*Abby Moore Goodwin, b. Georgetown, Mass. ; teacher, Vassar 
Coll., 1873-86, assoc. prof, of Latin, Vassar Coll., 1886-9, P rof - 
1889-90; A.M., Vassar, 1886; d. Poughkeepsie, Apr. 23, 1890. 

Josephine Harker, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San Francisco ; 
m. C. B. Fernald; teacher. 

Nellie Lamborne, b. New Jersey ; c. r. Mt. Holly, N. J., and 
Philadelphia, Pa.; p. r. 104 N. 50th St., Philadelphia. 

Elizabeth Beall Leech, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Martins- 
burg, W. Va., and Annapolis, Md. ; p. r. 29 Luckie St., Atlanta, 
Ga. ; teacher, 4 yrs. ; trained nurse, 7 yrs. 

Caroline Gray Lingle, b. S. Amboy, N. J. ; c. r. Perth Amboy, 
N. J. ; p. r. Perth Amboy; m. C. R. Overman, 1895; journalist, 

Rosa Belle Moir, b. Conshbhocken, Pa. ; c. r. Conshohocken ; p. 
r. Hotel St. George, Brooklyn; m. H. T. Richards, Jan. 14, 1890. 

Nellie Patten Morrill, b. Turner, Me. ; c. r. Painted Post; p. r. 
Wolcott; teacher, Franklin, 1886-7, Poughkeepsie, 1888-93, New- 
burgh, 1893 — . 

Anna Isabella Mulford, b. E. Orange, N. J. ; c. r. E. Orange; p. 
r. 3225 Morgan St., St. Louis, Mo. ; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1883- 
9; A.M., Vassar, 1886, Ph. D., Washington Univ., 1895; p. Study 
of Saccharomycetes and Scizomycetes, The Agaves of the Uni- 
ted States. 

Emma Louise Nelson, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Nashville, Tenn. 

Louise Lincoln Newell, b. Southbridge, Mass ; c. r. Southbridge ; 
p. r. Miss Dana's School, Morristown, N. J. ; teacher, Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1886-90, Morristown, 1890-1900. 

Jennie Pomerene, b. Millersburg, O. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 4 
Eastman Terrace, Poughkeepsie; teacher, Monrovia, Cal., Ja- 
maica. 

Grace Thome Pompilly, b. Brooklyn; c. r. New York; teacher, 4 
yrs., New York, 1889 — . 

Helen Reed, b. West Hoboken, N. J.; c. r. Rhinebeck; p. r. 
Rhinebeck; teacher, Rhinebeck, 1886-1900. 



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Margaret Pollock Sherwood, b. Ballston ; c. r. Ballston ; p. r. 

Wellesley College; teacher, Wellesley Coll., 1889 — ; p. An 
. Experiment in Altruism ; Henry Worthington, Idealist. 

Frances Southworth, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. 
Haldeman Ave., Glenville, O. ; m. F. H. Goff, 1894; 1 daugh- 
ter. 

Helen Stanton, b. Bridgeport, Conn.; c. r. Bridgeport; p. r. 724 
Delaware Ave., Buffalo; m. S. VanV. Holmes, June 15, 1887; 1 
son, 1 daughter. 

*Lilly Florence Sweetser, b. Stoneham, Mass. ; c. r. Stoneham ; 
m. C. E. Denison, May 12, 1887; d. New York, May 11, 1896. 

^Margaret M. Wickham, b. Unionville ; c r. Middletown ; prin- 
cipal, Ithaca, 1886-8; student, Leipzig, Germany, 1890; d. 
Brooklyn, 1898. 

Esther Witkowsky, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago ; p. r. 2802 
Prairie Ave., Chicago. 

Nellie Wooster, b. Torrington, Conn. ; c. r. Seymour, Conn. ; 
p. r. 4613 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. H. W. Cooley, 
Sept. 22, 1892; 1 son, 1 daughter; student, Germany, 1888, Paris, 
1889; p. contributions to periodicals. 

1887 

Mary Louise Anderson, b. Oswego ; c. r. Salt Lake City, Utah ; 
p. r. Salt Lake City, (box 977). 

Lucy Jane Atwater, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. Poughkeepsie. 

Alice Amelia Berry, b. Forestville ; c. r. Forestville ; p. r. Glen- 
coe, 111.; m. F. C. Southworth, Sept. 5, 1893 ; 3 sons ; teacher, 
RockfordColl., 1887-92, Vassar Coll., 1892-3. 

Flora Amanda Boss, b. Waterford ; c. r. Ballston, and Haver- 
Straw ; p. r. Chicago Beach Hotel, Chicago, 111. ; m. W. M. 
Shirley, June 28, 1894; 1 son ; teacher, Waterville, 1887-9, l 
Henry, 1889-90, Bradford, Pa., 1890-1, St. Joseph, Mo., 1891-4. 

Mary Elizabeth Bowen, b. Chicago, 111.; e, r. San Francisco, 
Cal. 



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Marian Hawley Bradley, b. Danbury, Conn. ; c. r. Danbury ; 
p. r. 478 Washington Ave., Brooklyn; teacher, Danbury, 1887- 
92, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1892-3, Brooklyn, 1893 — . 

Ida Jane Butcher, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. 30 Court St., Utica; 
teacher, Utica, 1888—. 

Nellie Heth Canfield, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie and 
Lakewood, N. J. ; p. r. Cleveland, O. ; teacher, Middletown, 
1887-8, Chicago, 111., 1888-90, Cleveland, 1890—. 

Gertrude Maria Cleveland, b. Waukegan, 111. ; c. r. Albany ; p. 
r. 333 Lincoln Ave., Orange, N. J. ; m. C. B. Storrs, Dec. 15, 
1897. 

Bertha May Critchley, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
235 Forest St., Cleveland ; teacher, St. Louis, Mo., 1888-9, 
Cleveland, 1889-97; student, Cornell Univ., 1897-9, Univ. of 
Wis., 1899-1900. 

Mary Meiggs Dudley, b. Presque Isle, Me. ; c. r. Presque Isle; p. 
r. 1879 Massachusetts Ave., N. Cambridge, Mass. ; teacher, un- 
til 1896. 

Mary Rosetta Fitch, b. Walton; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 216 
W. 23d St., Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. C. C. Pierce, Sept. 2, 1891 ; 
2 daughters ; teacher, Randolph, Mass., 1888-90, Dedham, Mass., 
1890-1, Los Angeles, Cal., 1899-1900 ; p. Child Classics in 
Poetry, Child Classics in Prose, (compilations). 

Ida Frank, b. Ogdensburg ; c. r. Ogdensburg ; p. r. 1947 7th Ave., 
New York ; m. Louis Guttman, June 18, 1890; 1 daughter. 

Anna Keyes Green, b. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. Adams ; p. r. 9 Willow 
St., North Adams, Mass. ; m. R. A. Thompson, Oct. 20, 1898; 
teacher, Brooklyn, 1892-8. 

Ella Catherine Greene, b. Albany ; c. r. Mt. Vernon ; p. r. 
414 1st Ave., Mt. Vernon; teacher, Englewood, 1887-90, Vassar 
Coll., 1890-5, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1896 — . 

Margaret Stiles Halleck, b. Long Island ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
313 Hudson St , Buffalo ; teacher, Halifax Ladies' Coll., 1SS7- 
90, Elmira, 1890-94; physician, Buffalo, 1897 — ; M. D., Buffalo 
Univ., 1897. 



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Charlotte Josephine Halliday, b. Cairo, 111. ; c. r. Cairo; p. r. 
4822 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. Dr. Elbert Wing, July 7, 
1898. 

Lida Harkness, b. Wyoming, O ; c. r. Washington, R. I. ; p. r. 
119 State St., Brooklyn; teacher, Brooklyn, 1887-99. 

Elizabeth Raeburn Hoy, b. Albany ; c. r. Albany ; p. r. 46 E. 
21st St., New York; teacher, New York, 1887 — . 

Adaline Louise Jenckes, b. E. Blackstone, Mass. ; c. r. Pawtuck- 
et, R. I.; p. r. Pawtucket; teacher, Newark, N. J., 1892 — ; 
A.M., New York Univ., 1899. 

Clara Louise Jones, b. Delaware, O. ; c. r. Delaware ; student, 
Ohio Wes. Univ., 1887. 

*Kitty Miriam Knight, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; d. 
San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 27, 1899. 

Sarah Whitney Learned, b. Plymouth, Conn. ; c. r. New Lon- 
don, Conn.; p. r. 9 Pleasant St., New London ; teacher, New 
London, 1896-1900. 

Margaret Eleanor Mallory, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; 
p. r. 719 Case Ave., Cleveland; teacher, Cleveland, 1892 — . 

Antonia Coetana Maury, b. Cold Spring; c. r. Goshen; p. r. 109 
Cascadilla, Ithaca ; astronomical work, Harvard Coll. Obs., 6 
yrs. ; teacher, Cambridge, Mass., 3 yrs. ; lecturer on astronomy; 
p. Classification of Spectra of Bright Stars, Harvard Annals* 

Margaretta Palmer, b. Branford, Conn. ; c. r. Branford; p. r. 
Branford; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1888-9 I computer, Yale Univ. 
Obs., 1889 — ; Ph. D., Yale, 1894; p. Determination of the Orbit 
of the Comet 1847 VI., Transactions of the Ast. Obs. of Yale 
Univ. 

Cornelia Atwood Pratt, b. Bryan, 0. ; c. r. Bryan ; p. r. 595 
Dayton Ave., St. Paul, Minn.; p. A Book of Martyrs, The 
Daughter of a Stoic, Dr. Berkeley's Discovery (collaborated . 
contributions to periodicals. 

Lizzie Aurelia Royce, b. Middletown; c. r. Middletown ; p. r. 30 
Highland Ave, Middletown ; teacher, Paterson, N. J., 1 
Ogontz, Pa., 1890-1; tutor, Middletown. 



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Verlista Shaul, b. Sharon Springs ; c. r. Sharon Springs ; p. r. 
Coeymans ; m. C. W. Burrowes, July 7, 1896 ; teacher, Glade 
Spring, Va., 1889-90, Regents Office examiner, 1888-9, 1890-6. 

Laura Charlotte Sheldon, b. Olean ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 47 
Fulton St., Auburn ; teacher, Brooklyn, 1888-91, Taunton, 
Mass., 1895-8, Mt. Vernon, 1898-9 ; student, VassarColl., 1892, 
Cornell Univ., 1892-5; Ph.D., Cornell, 1895. 

Isabel Skinner, b. Williamsburg, Mass. ; c. r. Holyoke, Mass. ; p. 
r. 247 Pine St., Holyoke. 

Louise Russell Smith, b. Mt. Vernon ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
Corcoran Manor, Mt. Vernon ; m. H. R. Swift, 1895; 1 son, 1 
daughter; teacher, Mt. Vernon, 1887-8 ; physician, Van, Turkey, 
1892-4; A.M., Vassar, 1889, M.D., 1892. 

Marguerite Sweet, b. Stephentown ; c. r. Albany ; p. r. 340. W. 
86th St., New York; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1892-7, Mt Holyoke 
Coll., 1897-9 ; Ph. D., BrynMawr, 1892. 

Flora Lincoln Terry, b. Ansonia, Conn. ; c. r. Ansonia; p. r. 12 
S. Cliff St. , Ansonia ; teacher, Derby, Conn. , 6 yrs. ; special 
classes in history of art. 

Lucie Florence Vance, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. Yon- 
kers; student in Europe, 1896-7. 

Ellen May Wilson, b. Indiana, Pa. ; c. r. Indiana ; m. G. R. 
Stewart; 3 sons; teacher, Saltsburgh, Pa., 1888-90. 

1888 

Georgie Angell, b. Forestville; c. r. Forestville ; p. r. 1537 Ken- 
more Ave., Chicago, 111. ; teacher, St. Albans, Vt., 1889-91, Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1 891-3, Chicago, 1 893-1900. 

*Marian Clark Austin, b. Buffalo ; c. r. Buffalo ; m. Dr. Homer 
Clark, July 17, 1889; '&. Buffalo, Sept. 11, 1891. 

Clara Louisa Barnum, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; 
p. r. 344 Humphrey St., New Haven; teacher, New Haven, since 
1888. 

Carrie Bowen Bemis, b. Worcester, Mass. ; c. r. Worcester; p. r. 
38 Sever St., Worcester; m. William Harrington, Mar. 29, 1890; 
1 son, 1 daughter. 



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Clara May Blackwell, b. Trenton, N. J. ; c. r. Trenton; p. r. 167 
W. State St. , Trenton. 

Edgenie Gertrude Brosius, b. Providence, Pa. ; c. r. Lewistown, 
Pa.; p. r. 218 West St., Worcester, Mass.; m. A. C. Higgins, 
June 6, 1898; teacher, Washington, D. C. , 1892-8. 

Harriette Caswell Buttler, b. New Brunswick, N. J. ; c. r. 
New Brunswick ; m. C. G. Harker. 

Susan Guion Chester, b. Englewood, N. J. ; c. r. Englewood; p. 
r. Asheville, N. C ; m. A. H. Lyman, Jan. 20, 1898 ; teacher, 
Reno, Nev., 1888-9, Englewood, N. J., 1889; college settle- 
ment work, Asheville ; p. contributions to periodicals. 

Jane Joralemon Edwards, b. Plattsburgh; c. r. Plattsburgh; p. r. 
Plattsburgh ; teacher, Plattsburgh, 1897 — . 

Louise Stephens Fagan, b. Hancock; c. r. Hackettstown, N. J. ; 
p. r. Gambier, O. ; m. W. F. Peirce, 1891 ; A.M., Vassar, 1891. 

Rosamond Almeda Field, b. Corning ; c. r. Corning and Wells- 
boro, Pa. ; p. r. Addington Road, Brookline, Mass. ; m. C. H. 
Esty, Feb. 23, 1893 ; 1 son, 1 daughter ; teacher, Moorhead, 
Minn., 1891-2; A.M., Cornell, 1890 ; diploma in music, Vassar, 
1889. 

*Rose Shartle Foster, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Indianapolis ; 
d. 1898. 

Orie Latham Hatcher, b. Petersburg, Va. ; c. r. Richmond, Va. ; 
p. r. 608 W. Grace St., Richmond; teacher, Woman's Coll., 
Richmond ; editor, Richmond ; student, Chicago Univ. ; p. 
Miss Gonnie, Around Boston, Work of College Settlements, 
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of Art, etc. 

Maud King, b. Barnstable, Mass. ; c. r. Concord, Mass. ; p. r. 423 
Madison Ave. , Montgomery, Ala. ; m. Rev. E. G. Murphy, Aug. 
31, 1 891 ; 2 sons; teacher, Boston, Mass., 1888-90, San Antonio, 
Tex., 1890-91; p. contributions to magazines. 

Eugenie Clementine Kountze, b. Omaha, Neb. ; c. r. Omaha; p. 
r. 14 10 High St., Denver, Col. ; m. Meredith Nicholson, June, 
1896; 1 daughter. 

Emily Lewi, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 35 Mt. Morris 
Ave., New York; physician, New York ; M.D., 189I ; p. contri- 
butions to med. journals. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



Eliza Livingston McCreery, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny; 
p. r. 31 High St., New Britain, Conn. ; m. J. H. Strong, June 
20, 1894; 1 son. 

Addie Maud McKinlay, b. Dubuque, la. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
Pelham Manor; m. Horace Hatch, Oct. 12, 1893; 1 son, 1 daugh- 
ter. 

Minnehaha Lovell McKinlay, b. Dubuque, la. ; c. r. New York; 
p. r. 108 W. 79th St., New York ; m. C. W. Smith, May 1, 1889; 
1 son, 1 daughter ; lawyer, admitted to N. Y. State Bar, 1895; 
LL.B., 1895; LL.M., 1897. 

Frances Todd Patterson, b. Corning ; c. r. Westfield ; p. r. West- 
field ; m. W. H. Faust, Lieut. U. S. N., retired, Jan. 2, 1895; 1 
son ; treas. N. Y. State Board Women Managers for World's 
Fair, 1892-4; p. contributions to newspapers. 

Eliza Strong Platt, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
Garden City; m. G. L. Hubbell, July 15, 1891; 3 sons, 1 daugh- 
ter. 

^Gertrude Alma Pocock, b. Wooster, O. ; c. r. Massillon, O. ; m. 
J. D. Patterson, May 2, 1889 ; d. Woodstock, Ont., Can., Apr. 
18, 1890. 

Mary Barnett Poppenheim, b. Charleston, S. C. ; c. r. Charleston; 
p. r. 31 Meeting St., Charleston ; editor, The Keystone, a Wo- 
man's Journal, 1899 — . 

Marion Ransom, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San Francisco ; p. r. 
1 1 20 Bush St., San Francisco; teacher, San Francisco, Berkeley, 
Cal. ; student, Univ. of Cal. 

Mildred Rich, b. Oshkosh, Wis.; c. r. Oshkosh; p. r. St. Paul, 
Minn. ; m. W. L. Beekman, Aug. 20, 1895; teacher, Oshkosh, 2 
yrs., St, Paul, 5 yrs. 

Grace Rideout, c. r. Marysville, Cal. ; m. Wra. Briggs. 

Anna Lima Ross, c. r. Hyde Park. 

Effie Shaw, b. Mt. Carroll, 111. ; c. r. Mt. Carroll ; p. r. Mt. Car- 
roll. 

Mary Jane Sheldon, b. Hornellsville ; c. r. Hornellsville ; p. r. 32 
Maple St. , Hornellsville ; m. Rev. Thomas Stephenson, D. D. , 
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Kate Streeter, b. Johnstown ; c. r. Johnstown; p. r. 309 W. State 
St., Johnstown. 

Adelaide Underhill, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Croton-on-Hudson, Yon- 
kers and New York ; p. r. Vassar College ; cataloguer, Colum- 
bia Coll. Lib., 1890-1892 ; reference librarian and cataloguer, 
Vassar Coll., 1892 — . 

Ella McDonald Wallace, b. Steubenville, O. ; c. r. Steuben- 
ville; m. W. S. Partridge; teacher, Riddlesburg, Pa. 

Arabella Ward, b. New York ; c. r. S. Orange, N. J. ; p. r. 135 
Raymond Ave. , S. Orange ; translator and writer ; trans. Va- 
rigny's Women of the United States, Anatole France's Crime 
of Sylvester Bonnard. Gaston Boissier's Roman Africa, and 
novels of Victor Hugo, Balzac and Dumas ; p. short stories and 
sketches. 

Clarine Warner, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; p. r. 
1370 Chapel St., New Haven ; teacher, New Haven, 1888-1900. 

Helen Frances Weeks, b. St. Charles, Minn. ; c. r. Evanston 
111. ; p. r. 1422 Forest Ave., Evanston. 

Louise Theresa Wooster, b. Torrington, Conn. ; c. r. Seymour, 
Conn. ; student of vocal culture, Paris. 

1889 

Jennie Ackerly, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 32 
Montgomery St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Hawley, Pa., 1889- 
91, Poughkeepsie, 1891-3, Derby, ConD., 1893-7, New York, 
1897—. 

Elizabeth Edith Ackert, b. Wurtemburg ; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p. 
r. 43 Clinton Ave. , Jamaica; m. Dr. G. K. Meynen, Nov. 7, 189-;. 

Virginia Alexander, b. La Porte, Ind. ; c. r. La Porte ; p. r. 301 
W. Green St., Ithaca; teacher, Oxford Coll., Oxford, O., 1S90- 
4, S. Bethlehem, Pa., 1894-5, New York, 1895-7, St. Elizabeth 
Coll. Convent, N. J., 1899—; A.M., Cornell, 1899. 

Mary Dorsey Anderson, b. Maysville, Ky. ; c. r. Melbourne, K\ . . 
p. r. Neighborhood House, Louisville,- Ky. ; teacher, 1890-7; 
settlement resident, 1897-9, head resident, 1899 — ! P- articles 
and reports on settlement work. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



Helen Bartlett Baker, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Westfield, N. J. ; p. r. 
140 West 87th St., New York; teacher, Englewood, N. J., 1885- 
7, Salem, N. C, 1889-90, Chicago, 111., 1890-4, New York, 1894 — . 

Mary Bartlett Baker, b. Bedford, O. ; c. r. Cleveland, O. ; p. r. 
511 Sterling Ave., Cleveland. 

Maud Mitchell Boyden, b. Morris Run, Pa. ; c. r. Grand Haven, 
Mich.; p. r. Neelyville, Mo.; m. R. G. Macfie, Aug. 3, 1892; 2 
sons, 1 daughter. 

Varina Davis Brown, b. Anderson, S. C. ; c. r. Anderson ; p. r. 
Anderson ; teacher, Anderson. 

Minnie Morrow Chamberlain, b. Knoxville, Tenn. ; c. r. Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn.; p. r. 629 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga; m. H. O. 
Ewing, Jan. 20, 1892; 3 daughters. 

Minnie Edna Chester, b. New York; c. r. Newton Center, Mass. ; 
p. r. 7 Parker St., Newton Center ; artist, Paris, Venice, 1895- 
1900; exhibitor in Salon, Paris, 1899. 

Louise Knowles Coggeshall, b. Newport, R. I. ; c. r. Newport; 
teacher. 

Emma Walraven Comfort, b. Newtown, Pa. ; c. r. New York; p. 
r. Cairo, Egypt; m. H. M. Crookshank, Pacha, British Control- 
ler-General, Aug. 5, 1 89 1 ; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Emily Gertrude Copeland, b. Maiden, Mass. ; c. r. Maiden ; p. r. 
75 Lake Ave., Melrose, Mass. 

Mabel Annie Jane Cornish, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Wash- 
ington ; p. r. 310 First St., S. E., Washington; m. S. H. 
Bond, 1897; M. D., 1892. 

Charlotta Deming, b. Parkersburg,W. Va. ; c. r. Parkersburg; p. 
r. 1117 Julianna St., Parkersburg; m. J. B. Finley, June 7, 1899. 

Katharine Drexel, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
1720 Spruce St., Philadelphia; m. Dr. C. B. Penrose, 1892; 1 
daughter. 

Lucy Almeyne Ferrell, b. Nashville, O.; c. r. Columbus, O. ; p. 
r. 78 Capitol Square, E., Columbus; journalist, Columbus, 
1889-90, teacher, Saltsburg, Pa., 1890-4, Columbus, 1894-9, 
Oak Park. 111., 1899—. 



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Dora Freeman, b. Greenville, Ga. ; c. r. Greenville ; p. r. Savan- 
nah, Ga. ; A. M., Vassar, 1890. 

Sarah Crawford Gates, b. Bay City, Mich ; c. r. Bay City ; p. r. 
Stanford Univ., Cal. ; m. B. E. Howard, July, 1890; 2 sons, 
1 daughter. 

Edith Greer, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 296 Ry- 
erson St., Brooklyn ; teacher, Atlanta, Ga., 1895-6 ; Pratt Inst., 
Brooklyn, 1896-8; acting director dom. sci. dept. Pratt Inst., 
1898-9; director, 1899 — ; A.M.. Vassar, 1890. 

Elizabeth Hasselman Griggs, b. Davenport, la. ; c r. Daven- 
port; p. r. 741 Brady St., Davenport. 

Ethel Hague, b. Albany ; c. r. Tidioute, Pa. ; p. r. 36 Highland 
Ave., Buffalo; m. N. C. Bartholomew, July 7, 1897; 1 daughter. 

Ailce Witherspoon Halliday, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Cairo, 
111. ; p. r. 422 Ninth St., Cairo. 

Cassy Harker, b. Portland, Ore. ; c. r. Portland; p. r. Mills Coll., 
Alameda Co., Cal. ; teacher, Portland, 1889-90, Mills Coll., 1890- 
3, 1899 — , Curtner Sem., 1897-9. 

Marie Emily Hartwell, b. Richmond, Va. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
61 E. 65th St., New York ; m. H. T. Neidlinger, Dec. 29, 1896; 

1 son, 1 daughter ; teacher, 1894-6 ; p. translations of Ger- 
man poems. 

Nellie Hill, b. Newark, N. J.; c. r. Newark; teacher. 

Emeline Keeler Hunt, b. N. Salem ; c. r. Brewster; p. r. 55 S. 
Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie ; teacher, Short Hills, N. J., 1S90- 
1, Trenton, N. J., 1891-2, Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-8, Pough- 
keepsie, 1899 — . 

Mary Katharine Hunt, b. Ridgeway ; c. r. Medina; p. r. 400 
Prospect Ave. , Medina; m. C. N. Hood, Dec. 1, 1890 ; 1 son, 1 
daughter ; p. sketches and stories. 

Lola Lammott Iddings, b. Baltimore, Md. ; c. r, Orange, N. J.; 
p. r. 100 High St., Orange; student, Yale Univ. 

Corinne Keen, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; p. r. 1720 
Locust St., Philadelphia; m.W. J. Freeman, M.D., Nov. (892; 

2 sons, 1 daughter. 



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Mildred Knorr, b. Bloomsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Bloomsburgh ; p. r. 
324 W. 46th St., New York ; m. E. F. Smith, M. D., Sept. 2, 
1891; 2 sons, 2 daughters ; teacher, Bloomsburgh, Pa., 1889-91. 

Lillian LaMonte, b. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. Binghamton ; p. r. 86 
Washington St., Binghamton; teacher, Rye, 1889-94. 

Bertha Josephine Marsh, b. Warsaw, 111. ; c. r. Warsaw ; p. r. 
Warsaw. 

Alice Holstein May, b. Bath; c. r. Corning; p. r. Pekin, China; 
m. Courtney Fenn ; teacher, Corning. 

Annie Thomson Nettleton, b. Annaberg, Saxony ; c. r. Stock- 
bridge, Mass. ; p. r. 73 Mansfield St., New Haven, Conn. ; m. 
E. G. Bourne, July 17, 1895; 4 sons; p. contributions to periodi- 
cals. 

Delia Fay Norris, b. TenafTy, N. J. ; c. r. Tenafiy and New York; 
p. r. 35 W. 50th St., New York. 

Katharine Upham Peirce, b. E. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Provi- 
dence ; teacher, Milwaukee Coll. , Wis. 

Louise Bouknight Poppenheim, b. Charleston, S. C. ;c. r. Charles- 
ton; p. r. 31 Meeting St., Charleston. 

Helen Rutherford Putman, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. Grand 
Rapids; p. r. 45 S. College Ave., Grand Rapids. 

Emily Knox Reynolds, b. Mansfield, Pa. ; c. r. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. ; 
p. r. Univ. of N. Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. ; teacher, New- 
burgh ; student, Chicago Univ. ; asst. prof, of English, Univ. of 
N. Dakota. 

Elizabeth Wheeler Schermerhorn, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. 
Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 14 Garfield PI. , Poughkeepsie ; teacher, Vas- 
sar Coll., 1897-8 ; student, Radcliffe Coll., 1894-5 ; A. M., Vassar, 
1896. 

Christine Senger, b. Narrowsburg ; c. r. Port Jervis; m. W. A. 

Parshall ; teacher, Port Jervis. 
*Addie Sherwood ; c. r. Penn Yan ; teacher, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 

d. Philadelphia, Jan. 24, 1890. 

Elizabeth Knight Tompkins, b. Oakland, Cal. ; c. r. Oakland ; p. 
r. 112 E. 56th St., New York; tutor, San Francisco, 1893-6; au- 
thor ; p. Her Majesty, An Unlessoned Girl, The Things That 
Count, Talks With Barbara, articles, short stories, etc. 



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Helen Honor Tunnicliff, b. Macomb, 111. ; c. r. Macomb; p. r. 
Univ. of Chicago; m. R. C. H. Catterall, June 24, 1896 ; 1 son; 
admitted to Illinois bar by examination, 1896; p. The Municipal 
Code of Macomb, 111., Revised and Codified. 

Annie Stewart Wallace, b. Steubenville, O. ; c. r. Steubenville ; 
p. r. 505 Franklin Ave., Steubenville; m. J. L. Holton, Sept. 23, 
1 891 ; 1 daughter. 

Katharine Warren, b. Stamford, Conn. ; c. r. Stamford; p. r. 15 
Myrtle Ave., Stamford; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1895-1900. 

Caroline Babcock Weeks, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. Brooklyn, Pratt Inst. ; tutor, Poughkeepsie, 1889-90 ; 
teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1890-5 ; registrar, Pratt Inst, Brooklyn, 
1 895-1900; A.M., Vassar Coll., 1890. 

Elizabeth Mauran Weeks, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 53 Market St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 
1889—. 

1890 

Jeannette Goodsell Appleton, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Spring- 
field; p. r. 313 Maple St., Springfield. 

Helene Borgman, b. Penn Yan; c. r. Penn Yan; p. r. 221 N. 
Broadway, Yonkers; teacher, Yonkers, 1890-8, student, Stanford 
Univ., 1 898-1 900. 

May Carbutt, b. Chicago, 111.; c. r. Philadelphia, Pa.; p. r. 2107 
Venango St., Philadelphia; mem. exec, board, Nat. League of 
Women Workers. 

Katharine Carpenter Carr, b. Tipton, la. ; c. r. Tipton and Los 
Angeles, Cal.; p. r. 145 W. Adams St., Los Angeles; teacher, 
Los Angeles. 

Alwilda Maud Clark, b. Piqua, O. ; c. r. Piqua; m. Robert Ziegen- 
felder. 

Bertha Rebecca Clark, b. Elizabeth, N. J. ; c. r. Hightstown, N. 
J.; p. r. Hightstown; teacher, Glade Spring, Va., 1890-1; p. 
contributions to newspapers. 

Fannif. Maria Clark, b. Niantic, Conn. ; c. r. Niantic; p, r Falls 
Village, Conn.; m. J. H. Belden, Jan. 1, [891; 1 BOO, 1 daugh- 
ter. 



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Sara Elizabeth Coates, b. Portsmouth, O. ; c. r. Portsmouth ; p. 
r. Willard Y Settlement, n Myrtle St., Boston, Mass. ; teacher, 
Portsmouth, 1891-2, 1895-7, Zanesville, O., 1892-3, Mt. Ster- 
ling, Ky., 1893-4, Memphis, Tenn., 1894-5, Dorchester, Mass., 
1895—7 ; class supt. and resident worker, Willard Y Settlement, 
1897 — ; student in School for Christian Workers, 1 yr. 

Katharine More Cochran, b. Durham ville ; c. r. Oneida Castle ; 
p. r. Oneida Castle ; teacher, Albion, 1890-4, Teachers College, 
New York, 1894—. 

Mary Emma Cochran, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny ; p. r. 
67 South St., Auburn ; m. W. H. Woodruff, June 21, 1894; A.M., 
Cornell, 1892. 

Lulu Curtis, b. Clinton, Conn.; c. r. Mt. Vernon; m. Irving 
Townsend. 

Mary Dunham, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 635 Cedar 
Ave., Cleveland; m. C. H. Prescott, Jr., Nov. io, 1892; 1 son, 1 
daughter. 

Harriet Fuller Griggs, b. Brookline, Mass. ; c. r. Brookline ; p. 
r. 555 Washington St., Brookline. 

Grace Hallaran, b. Toledo, O. ; c. r. Toledo; p. r. 1925 Parkwood 
Ave., Toledo; m. James Hodge, Oct. 1, 1890; 1 son, 2 daugh- 
ters. 

Nannie Shaw Hamilton, b. Lexington, Ky. ; c. r. Covington, Ky. ; 
p. r. 502 Greenup St., Covington; m. Chalfant Robinson, May 
29, 1900. 

Laura Matthews Harris, b. Chicago, 111.; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 
Fort Sheridan, 111.; m. Lieut. L. C. Scherer, Oct. 30, 1895; 1 
son. 

Emma Brown Hart, b. Albion; c. r. Albion; p. r. 711 High St., 
Pottstown, Pa. ; m. F. J. Fessenden, 1894; 1 son, 2 daughters. 

Harriet Louise Haskins, b. Clarksburg, Mass. ; c. r. N. Adams, 
Mass. ; p. r. Columbia, Mo. ; teacher, Glade Spring, Va. , 1890-1, 
N. Adams, 1891-4, Independence, Mo., 1894-9, Columbia, 
1899—. 

Jessie June Hendrick, b. Danbury, Conn.; c. r. Danbury; p. r. 
105 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury; m. S. A. Davis, Oct. 1, 1891; 1 
daughter. 



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Florence Wentworth Horne, b. Albany ; c. r. Albany. 

Orra Lee Johnson, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis ; m. George 
Corliss. 

Grace Roseburgh Kelly, b. Pittsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny, 
Pa. ; p. r. 500 Shady Lane, Pittsburgh. 

Lida Shaw King, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Albany; p. r. 94 Angell 
St., Providence, R. I.; fellow and teacher, Vassar Coll., 1894-7; 
student, Harvard Univ., 1897-8 ; teacher, Brooklyn, 1898-9; fel- 
low, Amer. School, Athens, 1 899-1900; A.M., Brown, 1894. 

Sarah Frances King, b. Pulaski; c. r. Pulaski ;p r. Pulaski; 
teacher, Pulaski, 1892-9, Ithaca, 1899 — . 

Antha Lucy Knowlton, b. Ningpo, China; c. r. Philadelphia, 
Pa. ; p. r. 6017 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. ; m. K. B. Miller, 
July 3, 1897; 1 daughter; teacher, Philadelphia, 1890-5, Mt. 
Carroll, 111., 1896-7; student, Chicago Univ., 1895-6; p. stories 
and short sketches for magazines. 

Mary Elizabeth Lamson, b. Rochester; c. r. Clifton Springs; p. 
r. 3 Arlington St., Rochester; m. W. A. Lockwood, June 26, 
1890; 2 daughters. 

Emily Barker Larned, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago. 

Hannah Fancher Mace, b. Walton ; c. r. Walton ; p. r. Glencar- 
lyn, Va. ; m. H. B. Hedrick, Apr. 30, 1896; 1 son; teacher, En- 
glewood, N. J., 1890-2; fellow, Vassar Coll., 1892-3; teacher, 
Vassar Coll., Sept., 1893, to Feb., 1894; student, Yale Univ., 
1894; computer for the Nautical Almanac, Washington, D. C, 
1894—. 

Emily Eugenia Morris, b. Westville, Conn.; c. r. New Haven ; 
p. r. 230 Prospect St., New Haven. 

Martha Muerman, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 52 Hu- 
ron St., Cleveland; teacher, Dixon, 111., 1891-2, Wilmington, 
Del., 1892-6; student, Western Reserve Univ., 1896-8 ; teacher, 
Cleveland, 1898—. 

Carrie Fox Patterson, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; teacher. 

Kate Oelzner Petersen, b. Jersey City, N. J. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p 
r. 91 Eighth Ave., Brooklyn; A.M., Radcliffe, record for 

work required for Ph.D., Harvard, 1897; p. thesis : On the 
Sources of The Nonne Prestes Tale. 



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Flora Eva Pike, b. Florida, Mass.; c. r. N. Adams, Mass.; p. 
r. 434 Ashland Ave., Buffalo; m. Dr. J. H. Daniels, Jan. 18, 
1893; 1 son, 2 daughters. 

Adella Prentiss, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r, 273 
Princeton St., Cleveland; professional accompanist, manager of 
concerts and musicales, teacher of song interpretation. 

Anna Gilbert Rockwell, b. New York ; c. r. Warren, Pa. ; p. r. 
Warren. 

Grace Elizabeth Sanders, b. Rah way, N. J. ; c. r. New York ; p. 
r. Port Chester; m. J. H. Macy, Jr., Nov. 7, 1894; 1 son, 1 
daughter. 

Cora Louise Scofield, b. Washington, la. ; c. r. Washington; p. 
r. Wellesley Coll., Wellesley, Mass.; teacher, Wellesley Coll., 
1897—; Ph.D., Chicago, 1898; p. A Study of the Court of Star 
Chamber, Accounts of Star Chamber Dinners, 1594. 

Katharine Smith, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Lansing, Mich. ; p. r. 
1013 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. ; teacher, 2 yrs. 

Cora Angelina Start, b. Worcester, Mass.; c. r. Worcester; p. r. 
58 Fruit St., Worcester; student, Harvard Annex, 1891-2, Univ. 
of Chicago, 1893-4; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1896-8; A.M., Vassar 
Coll., 1892. 

Elida Rebecca Story, b. Waterloo; c. r. Waterloo; p. r. Water- 
loo; m. F. G. Stewart, Dec. 25, 1893. 

Catharine Suydam, b. Flemington, N. J. ; c. r. Flemington ; p. r. 
Flemington; teacher, Conn., 3 yrs., Philadelphia, 1899 — . 

Harriet Taylor Thurston, b. Providence, R. I.; c. r. Ithaca; p. 
r. Madison, Wis. ; m. Victor Coffin, June 14, 1894; 1 daughter. 

Mabel Rodney Werne, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville; p. r. 
1728 Fourth Ave., Louisville; m. A. G. Whitley, Apr. 27, 1899. 

Susey Lovejoy Wetmore, b. Englewood, N. J,; c. r. Englewood; 
p. r. Englewood; teacher, New York, 1890-2, Englewood, 1894- 
6, 1898—. 

*Edith Murray Wheeler, b Mechanicsville; c. V. Mechanicsville; 
d. Mechanicsville, Mar. 6, 1894. 



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Jennie May Whitman, b. Fond du Lac, Wis. ; c. r. Fond du Lac ; 
p. r. 45 Union St., Fond du Lac: teacher, Sparta, Wis., 1890- 
5, Fond du Lac, 1895-6; student, Univ. of Chicago, 1896-7; 
teacher, Stevens Point, Wis., 1897 — . 

1891 

Martha Trafford Allen, b. Red Bank, N. J. ; c. r. Red Bank; 
p. r. 2 Riverside Ave., Red Bank. 

Annie Applegate, b. Red Bank, N. J. ; c. r. Red Bank ; p. r. 
Gambier, O. ; m. C. H. A. Wager, Aug. 18, 1896. 

Clara Augusta Bentley, b, Willimantic, Conn. ; c. r. Westerly, 
R. I. ; p. r. 146 Walnut St., E. Orange, N. J. ; teacher. E. Or- 
ange, 1 891 — . 

Mary Marshall Bonnell, b. Jackson, Mich. ; c. r. Grand Rapids, 
Mich., and Philadelphia, Pa. ; p. r. 38 S. Lafayette St., Grand 
Rapids. 

Harriet Gardner Brisbin, b. Schuylerville ; c. r. Schuylerville ; p. 
r. 116 Western Ave., Albany; m. Wallace Greenalch, June 24, 
1896; teacher, Kingston, 1891-2, Saratoga, 1893-6. 

Mary Louise Copeland, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Omaha, Neb. ; p. 
r. Omaha; teacher, Omaha, 1 891-1900. 

Carrie Monell Curry, b. Rochester; c. r. Albany; p. r. Cort- 
land; teacher, Chicago, 111., 1891-3, Cortland, 1893 — . 

Caroline Belle Dinturff, b. Penn Yan; c. r. PennYan; p. r. 
324 S. 26th St., Omaha, Neb.; teacher, Sidney, 1892-3, Farm- 
ville, Va. , 1893-4, Omaha, 1894 — ; student, Stanford Univ., 
1899. 

Jessie Thomas Dorman, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brookljm ; p. r. 11 1 
Park PI., Brooklyn; teacher, 1891-7. 

Frances Btten, b. Rockford, 111.; c. r. Chicago, 111.; p. r. 3139 
Prairie Ave. , Chicago ; teacher, Chicago, — . 

Carrie Ellen Furness, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati, O., 
p. r. Vassar College; teacher, Columbus, O., 1899 1. Vassal 
Coll., 1894-8, 1899—; student, Columbia Univ., 1898-9; Ph.D., 
Columbia, 1900; p. contributions to astronomical journals. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



Maria Louise Greene, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Providence; p. 
r. 14 University PL, New Haven, Conn.; student, Teachers 
Coll., 1 89 1-2, Yale Univ., 1892-5, New Haven, 1895-1900; Ph.D., 
Yale, 1895; p. magazine articles on local history. 

Eleanor Humbert Haight, b. Ellenville; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 92 Market St., Poughkeepsie ; teacher, Oregon, Mo., 1892-3, 
Council Bluffs, la., 1893-4, Poughkeepsie, 1894-1900. 

Florence Halliday, b. Cairo, 111.; c. r. Cairo; p. r. Cairo; m. 
E. H. Rogers, Aug. 24, 1892; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Vesta Halliday, b. Columbus, Ky. ; c. r. Cairo, 111. ; p. r. 527 
10th St., Cairo; m. W. H. Wood, Apr. 15, 1895; 1 son, 1 daugh- 
ter; teacher, Cairo, 1892-4. 

Henrietta Adams Houston, b. Oswego ; c. r. New York, Bethle- 
hem, Pa., and Ridgewood, N. J.; p. r. Ridgewood; m. John 
Hawes, Nov. 10, 1897; 1 daughter. 

Martha Elizabeth Jansen, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p, r. 280 
Ryerson St. , Brooklyn ; teacher, Short Hills, N. J. 

Bessie Josephine Joyner, b. Kelly, Miss.; c. r. Kelly, p. r. Kelly; 
teacher, Richmond, Ky. 

Rose Mary Kavana; b. Omro, Wis. ; c. r. Oshkosh, Wis. ; p. r. 
Oak Park, 111. ; teacher, Sparta, Wis. , 1891-2, Chicago, 111. ,1892 — . 

Louise Adele Lawrence, b. Montreal, Can. ; c. r. Montreal ; p. r. 
Lawrence Park, Bronxville; m. F. J. Meigs, Apr. 28, 1897; 1 

daughter. 

Hester Caldwell Oakley, b. New York; c. r. S. Orange, N. J.; 

p. r. 3 Mosswood Ave. , S. Orange ; m. Stanley Ward, Dec. 14, 

1898; 1 daughter; p. one novel, several short stories and poems. 
Julia Maria Ober, b. Beverly; c. r. Bridgeport, Conn. ; p. r. Ma- 

hopac Falls; m. Rev. H. G. Gregg, Sept. 14, 1898. 
Katharine Hall Pringle, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Springfield; p. 

r. 197 Woodlawn Ave., Springfield; m. W. B. Rodgers, Apr. 

12, 1898 ; 1 son. 

Martha Eleanor Quinn, b. Groveland, 111. ; c. r. Peoria, 111. ; p. 

r. 115 High St., Peoria; teacher, Peoria, 1892 — . 
Martha Edith Rickert, b. Canal Dover, O. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; 

p. r. 2657 N. Lincoln St., Chicago; teacher, LaGrange, 111., 

1891-4, Chicago, 1894-6, Vassar Coll., 1897-1900; Ph.D., Chicago, 

1899. 



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Helen Griswold Sheldon, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San 
Francisco ; p. r. Shepard, O. ; graduate, Albany Lib. School, 
1893, librarian, Port Deposit, Md., 1894-6, Philadelphia, 1896-7. 

Kate Louise Strong, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 509 
N. Washington St., Rome; m. Rev. C. G. Sewall, Jan. 16, 1900. 

Dora Neville Taylor, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 205 W. 57th St., New York; examiner Regents ofpce, Al- 
bany, 1892-3, private secretary, 1899 — . 

Juliet Wilbor Tompkins, b. Oakland, Cal. ; c. r. San Leandro, 
Cal. ; p. r. 112 E. 56th St., New York; journalist, San Francisco 
1896-7, magazine editor, New York, 1897 — ; p. magazine stories 
and verse. 

Frances Anna Underhill, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
Skaneateles; m. G. E. Clark, M.D., Apr. 9, 1892. 

Nellie Emma Van Tassel, b. New Brunswick, N. J. ; c. r. New 
York; p. r. Hackettstown, N. J.; m. Dr. G. M. Holden, Aug. 
21, 1895 ; 1 son. 

Clara Estelle Vickroy ; b. Annville, Pa.; c. r. St. Louis, Mo.; 
p. r. Montclair, N. J,; m. S. W. Balch, Apr. 26, 1899; teacher, 
Farmville, Va., 1891-7. 

Margaret Floy Washburn, b. New York; c. r. Rondout; p. r. 
Wells College, Aurora; professor of psychology and ethics, 
Wells Coll., 1894—; A.M., Vassar, 1893; Ph.D., Cornell, 1894; 
p. translation, vol. II, Wundt's Ethics, articles in philosophical 
journals. 

Ida Welt, b. Vienna, Austria; c. r. New York; p. r. 814 Lexing- 
ton Ave., New York; assistant and lecturer, Univ. of Geneva, 
Switzerland, 1895-9; Ph.D., Geneva, 1895; privat docent, 1896; 
p. thesis, and articles in chemical papers. 

Mary Emott Woodin, b. Poughkeepsie; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p. r. 
248 Church St. , Poughkeepsie. 

Stella May Wylie, b. Blackinton, Mass. ; c. r. Ilolyoke, Mass. ; 
p. r. 24 High St., Springfield, Mass. ; teacher, Winsted, Conn., 
1891-3, Springfield, 1893-1900; p. articles for magazines ami 
periodicals. 



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1892 

Ellen Cordelia Abbott, b. Waterbury, Conn. ; c. r. West Haven, 
Conn. ; p. r. West Haven; teacher, New Haven, Conn., 1893-8, 
Wallingford, Conn., 1898-1900; Ph.D., Yale, 1900. 

Agnes Arbuckle, b. Delhi ;c.r. Delhi; p. r. Delhi ;m. F. C. Ward, 
June 7, 1899; teacher, Stamford, 1892-3, Walton, 1893-6, Far 
Rockaway, 1897-8. 

Edith Colby Banfield, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Wolfeboro, 
N. H. ; p. r. 47 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass. ; teacher, Savannah, 
Ga., 1898-9; p. verses in magazines. 

Clara Louise Barber, b. Penn Yan; c. r. Penn Yan; p. r. 481 
Jersey Ave., Jersey City, N. J. ; m. Dr. Henry Spence, June 26, 
1895 ; 1 daughter. 

Kate Mills Bradley, b. Spencer; c. r. Spencer; p. r. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. ; m. Andre Beziat de Bordes, 1895; teacher, New Castle, 
Pa., 1892-3, Atlanta, Ga., 1893-5. 

Rebecca Whitlock Brush, b. Orange, N. J. ; c. r. S. Orange, N. 
J. ; p. r. 25 Pembroke St., Toronto, Can.; m. G. B. Toye, Dec. 
14, 1899; teacher, Norwalk, Conn., 1892-4, Vassar Coll., 1897-9. 

Ella Welbon Cramer, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
235 Mill St., Poughkeepsie; supply teacher and tutor. 

Eva Josephine Daniels, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. Grand 
Rapids; p. r. 342 E. Fulton St., Grand Rapids; teacher, Grand 
Rapids, 1895-8. 

Katharine Bement Davis, b. Buffalo; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 2 
Avondale Park, Rochester; student, Barnard Coll., and teacher, 
Brooklyn, 1892-3, head-worker, College Settlement, Philadel- 
phia, 1893-7, fellow, Univ. of Chicago, 1897-8, 1899-1900, Eu- 
ropean fellow, New Eng. Women's Ed. Assoc., Univs. Berlin 
and Vienna, 1898-99; p. Report Workingman's Model Home, 
World's Fair, 1893, articles on college settlement work for va- 
rious journals. 

Mary Elizabeth Fanton, b. Danbury, Conn. ; c. r. Danbury; p. 
r. 21 Montgomery St., Danbury, Conn.; teacher, Danbury, 
1 8 94- 1 900. 



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Elizabeth Flaherty, b. Birmingham, Conn.; c. r. Birmingham; 
p. r. 160 Elizabeth St., Derby, Conn. 

Penelope McNaughton Flett, b. Nelson, N. B. ; c. r. Waverley, 
Mass., S. Framingham, Mass., and Nelson; p. r. 196 Jorale- 
mon St., Brooklyn; student, Univ. of Mich., 1892-5, 1896-7, 
interne, reformatory for women, S. Framingham, Mass., 
1895-6, res. physician, sanitarium, N. Y. Working Girls Vaca- 
tion Society, Santa Clara, 1897-9; M.D., Mich., 1896. 

Helen North Frost, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
69 Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie; m. J. K. Sague, Oct. 9, 1895; 
1 daughter. 

Cornelia Golay, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Brewer, Me. ; p. r. 
Middletown, Conn.; m. F. G. Benedict, July 28, 1897; teacher, 
Cleveland, O., 1892-5, Concord, N. H., 1896-7. 

Eleanor Frances Gould, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 
27 Everett St., Cambridge, Mass.; m. W. D. Swan, Dec. 28, 
1899. 

Laura Churchill Grant, b. Truro, N. S. ; c. r. St. Paul, Minn. ; 
p. r. Morgantown, W. Va. ; m. Otto Folin, Sept. ri, 1899; teach- 
er, Chicago, 1894-6, St. Paul, Minn., 1898; A.M., Chicago, 1896. 

Emelyn Battersby Hartridge, b. Savannah, Ga. ; c. r. Savan- 
nah; p. r. Savannah; principal, Hartridge School, 1892 — . 

Maud Amelia Hench, c. r. Harrisburg, Pa. ; m. D. E. Dismukes. 

Pauline Herring, b. Rodman ; c. r. Watertown; p. r. 40 Washing- 
ton St., Watertown; m. Maj. J. W. Dillenback, U. S. A., Nov. 
23, 1897. 

Sarah Sheppard Homans, c. r. Englewood, N. J. 

Jennie Ickler, b. St. Paul, Minn. ; c. r. St. Paul; p. r. St. Paul ; 
teacher, Faribault, Minn., 1892-3, St. Paul, 1893-1900. 

Lina Baylis James, b. Amenia; c. r. Amenia; p. r. Amenia; teach- 
er, Bristol, Va., 1892-4, Hardin Coll., Mexico, Mo., 1896-1900. 

Nellie Dean King, b. Owego; c. r. Owego; p. r, 369 Front St., 
Owego; student, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1 895-1 900; Ph.D., Bryn 
Mawr, 1899; p. Regeneration in Asterias Vulgaris, Edward 
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Henrietta Lois Manning, b. Cambridge, Mass. ; c. r. Providence, 
R. I.; p. r. 31 Green St., Kingston; teacher, Kingston, 1892- 
1900. 

Elizabeth Matilda Mast, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Springfield ; 
p. r. U. S. Legation, Caracas, Venezuela; m. F. B. Loomis, 
Apr. 29, 1897. 

Helen Gulielma Moorehead, b. Xenia, O. ; c. r. Xenia; p. r. 2913 
Woodburn Ave. , Cincinnati, O. ; m. VanDerveer Taylor, June 
7, 1898; 1 son. 

Hester Botsford Morrill, b. Arcade ; c. r. Susquehanna, Pa. ; 
p. r. Wolcott; teacher, Baltimore, Md., 1892-3, Dobbs Ferry, 
1895, New York, 1896—. 

Margaret Morton, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River ; p. r. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. ; m. W. T. Keeney, Nov. 10, 1897; 1 son. 

Emma Louise Mott, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
62 Catharine St., Poughkeepsie; private secretary, 1892-4; 
tutor. 

*Theodosia Oldham, b. Falmouth, Ky. ; c. r. Falmouth ; d. Fal- 
mouth, Nov. 4, 1892. 

Anna Owens, b. Hamilton, O.; c. r. Hamilton; p. r. Hamilton. 

Mary Secord Packard, b. Niagara Falls ; c. r. Providence, R. I., 
and Bayonne, N. J.; p. r. 140 W. 8th St., Bayonne; student, 
Johns Hopkins Med. School, 1893-7, resident, Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, 1897-8 ; res. physician, Kingsley Home, Pittsburg, Pa., 
1898-1900; M.D., 1897. 

Anna Mather Palmer, c. r. New York. 

Elizabeth Cummings Palmer, b. Yonkers ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
W. New Brighton; m. S. H. L. Quackenbush, Aug. 10, 1897; 1 
daughter. 

Anna Louise Perkins, b. Gilroy, Cal. ; c. r. New York; p. r. 112 
West 40th St., New York; teacher, New York, 1892-1900. 

Sara Sherwood Platt, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 10 Eastman Terrace, Poughkeepsie ; m. Lieut. G. A. Hadsell, 
U. S. A., Sept. 11, 1895; 1 daughter. 

Estelle Rutherford Putman, b. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; c. r. 
Grand Rapids; p. r. 45 S. College Ave., Grand Rapids. 



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95 



Amy Louise Reed, b. New York; c. r. Kingsbridge; p. r. Kings- 
bridge; teacher, New York, 1892-7, 1S98-9; student, Berlin, 

1897- 8. 

Alice Marion Robbins, b. St. Paul, Minn.; c. r. St. Paul; p. r. 
69 Miami Ave., Columbus, O. ; m. W. H. Martin, Mar. 30, 1897. 

Elizabeth Lincoln Rowe, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 
Brighton Heights; m. T. M. Rianhard, Nov. 21, 1898; 1 son. 

Millie Biglow Sargent, c. r. Jersey City, N. J. 

Carrie Morgan Smith, b. Hightstown, N. J. ; c. r. Hightstown ; 
p. r. 1929 Ontario St., Philadelphia, Pa.; m. W. H. Reid, Aug. 
6, 1896; 1 daughter. 

Mary Alice Smith, b. Tyre ; c. r. Tyre ; p. r. Tyre ; teacher, Tyre, 
1892-3, Montour Falls, 1 894-1900. 

*Edith Helen Stearns, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Detroit; d. Detroit, 
Apr. 14, 1893. 

Annie Agnes Stephenson, b. Pittsburgh, Pa.; c. r. Pittsburgh ; 
p. r. 5921 Walnut St., Pittsburgh; m. H. P. Dilworth, June 21, 
1899; 1 son. 

Kate Taylor, b. Penn Yan ; c. r. Penn Yan; p. r. Penn Yan; 
teacher, Hinsdale, N. H., 1892-3, Pueblo, Col., 1895-S, Elmira, 

1898— . 

Kate Bardwell Titus, c. r. Boston, Mass. 

Sarah Bacon Tunnicliff, b. Macomb, 111. ; c. r. Macomb; p. r. 40 
E. 47th St., Chicago, 111. ; teacher, Chicago, 1 897-1900. 

Adelene Clarke Ulrick, c. r. Columbus, O. ; m. F. R. Hunting- 
ton. 

Susie Emily Wakeman, b. Hancock; c. r. Hancock; p. r. Han- 
cock; teacher, Elmira, 1892-6, Watertown, 1896 — . 

Emma Frances Wallace, c. r. Peekskill. 

Edith Ward, b. Orange, N. J.; c. r. Orange; p. r. 59 High St., 
Orange; teacher, Redbank, N. J., 1S95-6, Englewood, N. J., 
1 896- 1 900. 

Lucia Edna Wood, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 224 W. 
22d St., New York; teacher, Englewood, N. J., 1S92-4; library 
work, Columbia Univ., 1S94-5; teacher, Smith Coll., 1S95-8, 
Brockport, 1898- 1900. 



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Sarah Elizabeth Woodbridge, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
230 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. ; m. C. G. Morris, Sept. 27, 
1899; teacher, Brooklyn, 1893-6, Vassar Coll., 1898-9; student, 
Yale Univ., 1896-8; Ph.D., Yale, 1898; p. thesis: Studies in 
Jonson's Comedy, The Drama : Its Law and Its Technique, A 
Course in Expository Writing, ( with Gertrude Buck ), articles 
in. journals. 

1893 

Elizabeth Kemper Adams, b. Nashotah, Wis. ; c. r. Nashotah ; p. 
r. care E. C. Gude, 113 W. Broadway, New York; teacher, Ken- 
osha, Wis., 1893-9, Vassar Coll., 1899 — • 

Frances Spaulding Belcher, b. Farmington, Me. ; c. r. Farming- 
ton; p. r. Farmington; A. M., Columbia, 1898. 

Mary Ellen Blair, b. Angelica; c. r. Angelica; p. r. Hornells- 
ville; teacher, Chicago, 1893-6. 

Marion Stanley Blake, b. Englewood, N. J. ; c. r. Englewood ; 
p. r. Englewood; m. W. E. Milne, June 15, 1899; A.M., Colum- 
bia, 1896. 

Cornelia Leavenworth Bonnell, b. Waverly; c. r. Waverly; p. 
r. Shanghai, China; teacher, Shelbyville, Ky., 1894-6, mission- 
ary, 1896 — ; p. contributions and editorial work for missionary 
journals. 

Elizabeth Sophia Bradley, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New 
Haven; p. r. 102 Wall St., New Haven; m. P. E. Browning, 
Dec. 12, 1899; teacher, New Haven, 1894-9. 

Alice Crawford Brown, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Fort Meade, S. 
D. ; p. r. 345 W. 85th St., New York; physician, New York, 
1898—; M.D., Michigan, 1897. 

Marianna Catharine Brown, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. 
r. 35 W. 139th St., New York; student, Columbia Univ. 

*Lillie Bersha Clark, b. Ballston ; c. r. Hightstown, N. J. ; 
teacher, Bloomfield, N. J., 1894-7, Narberth, Pa., 1897-8; d. 
Hightstown, Nov. 4, 1898. 

Mary Vida Clark, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield; p. r. 
9 W. 64th St., New York; ass't sec'y, State Charities Aid As- 
soc., New York, 1895 — . 



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97 



Eliza Polhemus Cobb, b. Hopewell ; c. r. Flushing and Tarry- 
town; p. r. 221 N. Broadway, Yonkers; teacher, Yonkers, 1895- 
1900. 

Harriet Corinne Conant, b. Hardwick, Mass. ; c. r. Owosso, 
Mich.; p. r. 308 N. Washington St., Owosso; m. C. D. Stew- 
art, Sept. 5, 1893. 

Mary Elizabeth Cooley, b. Albany ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 2 
Reservoir Sq. , Poughkeepsie; teacher, Batavia, 1893-5, Vassar 
Coll., 1895—. 

Rossa Belle Cooley, b. Albany ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 2 Reser- 
voir Sq., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Brooklyn, 1893-7, Hampton 
Institute, Va., 1897 — . 

Elizabeth Brown Cutting, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 247 
President St., Brooklyn; A.M., Columbia, 1897; p. Old Taverns 
and Posting Inns, (Half Moon Series). 

*Lelia Childe Deane, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield; m. 
George Lefevre, Dec. 27, 1898; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1894-7; d. 
Columbia, Mo., Feb. 21, 1900. 

May Augusta Doolittle, b. Lima; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 138 
State St., Brooklyn; med. student, Boston, Mass., 1894-8; hos- 
pital work, Philadelphia, Pa., 1898-9; teacher, Brooklyn, 1899 — ; 
M.D., 1898. 

Ruth Elizabeth Eddy, b. Ithaca; c. r. Terra Haute, Ind. ; p. r. 
916 6th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ethel Rhoda Evans, b. Swansea, Wales ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 26 
Ft. Greene PI., Brooklyn; settlement worker, New York, 1895-6, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1896-7 ; LL.B., N. Y. Univ. Law School, 1895. 

Florence Josephine Foster, b. Walpole, N. H. ; c. r. Walpole; 
p. r. Keene, N. H. ; teacher, Clinton, Ky., 1893-5, Baltimore, 
Md., 1 896-1 900. 

Louise Adelaide Fuller, b. Sherburne; c. r. Sherburne; p. r. 
Sherburne; m. C. L. Carrier, Mar. 13, 1895 ; 1 son, 1 daughtel ; 
teacher, Binghamton, 1893. 

*Helen TheRESE Grant, b. Ann Arbor, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich, j 
m. E. W. Sparrow, Sept. 16, 1897; 1 son; d. Lansing, Mich., 
June 16, 1899. 



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Katharine Van Dyke Harker, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San 
Francisco; p. r. 2708 Haste St., Berkeley, Cal. ; teacher, Bel- 
mont, Cal., 1897-8, Berkeley, 1898-9-, Louisville, Ky., 1899-1900. 

Lizzie Grace Henderson, b. Altman ; c. r. Pulaski ; p. r. Pulas- 
ki; teacher, Parish, 1895-6; Pulaski, 1896-8, 1899-1900; p. Out- 
lines in Civil Government of the State of New York. 

Emma Laura Holbrook, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield ; 
p.- r. 130 Maple St., Springfield. 

Frances Borgia Jolliffe, c. r. San Francisco, Cal. 

Grace Bowen King, b. Chillicothe, O. ; c. r. Columbus, O. ; p. r. 
Ohio State Univ., Columbus; m. B. L. Bowen, June 21, 1894. 

Wilhelmina Kirchner, b. Germany; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 156 
Main St., Poughkeepsie, student of music, 3 yrs. 

Edith McDaniel, b. McConnelsville, O. ; c. r. Columbus, O. ; p. 
r. 1432 Clayton Ave., Denver, Col.; m. Sydney Culbertson, 
July 12, 1893; 1 daughter. 

Leonora Laval Martin, b. Fairfield, S. C. ;c. r. Memphis, Tenn. ; 

p. r. Boston University, Boston, Mass ; teacher, Memphis, 

1893-6, St. Paul, Minn., 1896-7; secretary, Boston Univ. 

School of Medicine, 1897 — . 
Mildred Overton Mathes, c. r. Memphis, Tenn. ; m. Fred. 

Woodworth. 

Isabel Avery Morgan, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
3 D wight St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1895-9. 

Edith Neil, c. r. Columbus, O. ; m. A. B. Benney. 

Delia Maria O'Connell, b. Marlborough, Mass. ; c. r. Marl- 
borough; p. r. 63 Maple St. , Marlborough, Mass.; interne, N. 
E. Hospital, Roxbury, Mass., 1899-1900; M.D., Cornell, 1899. 

Jean Culvert Palmer, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. Brooklyn ; 

A.M., Columbia, 1896. 
Ruth Ellen Palmer, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San Francisco 

and Fruitvale, Cal. ; p. r. 131 5 E. 14th St., Fruitvale. 

Edith Maude Parker, b. Charlestown, Mass. ; c. r. Somerville, 
N. J. , and LaPorte, Ind. ; p. r. Taiku, Korea, Asia; m. Dr. 
W. O. Johnson, Oct. 28, 1897; 1 daughter; teacher, Salts- 
burg, Pa., 1893-7. 



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99 



Henrietta A. Rossini Pratt, b. Chelsea, Mass. ; c. r. W. Acton, 
Mass. ; p. r. W. Acton ; teacher, Plymouth, Mass. 

Blanche Dean Presbrey, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Providence ; 
p. r. 37 Med way St., Providence; m. H. E. Jacobs, June 30, 
1896; 1 daughter; teacher, Providence, 1893-96. 

Adelaide Green Sands, b. Port Chester ; c. r. Port Chester ; p. r. 
348 N. Main St. , Port Chester. 

Georgiana Sands, b. Port Chester; c. r. Port Chester; p. r. 348 
N. Main St., Port Chester; interne, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1898-9, physician, Port Chester, 1900 — ; M. D., Johns Hopkins, 
1898. 

Marie Sophie Schneider, b. Covington, Ky. ; c. r. Covington ; p. 
r. Hyde Park, Cincinnati, O. ; teacher, Cincinnati, 1894 — . 

Laura Fitch Smith, b. Moravia; c. r. Moravia; p. r. Moravia; 
teacher, Andes, 1893-5, Moravia, 1895-7, Penn Yan, 1897-9. 

Julia Ward Stephens, b. Lowville; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 80 W. 
1 50th St. , New York ; teacher, New York. 

Flora Wealthy Streeter, b. Johnstown; c. r. Johnstown; p. r. 
Johnstown; m. F. A. Prindle, Sept. 7, 1897. 

Eleanor Bristol Van Etten, b. Port Jervis ; c. r. Port Jervis ; p, 
r. 29 E. Main St., Port Jervis; kindergartner, Port Jervis, 
1898—. 

Anne Van Syckel, b. Flemington, N. J.; c. r. Flemington; p. 
r. 339 Bergen Ave., Jersey City, N. J. ; m. G. G. Tennant, Apr. 
12, 1898; 1 daughter; teacher, Paterson, N. J., 1894, Fleming- 
ton, 1896-7. 

Helena Van Vliet, b. Tenafly, N. J. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
Virginia Ave., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Jamaica, 1894-5, Newark, 
N. J., 1895-7. 

Adele Whitcomb, b. Davenport, la. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 36 iS 
Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.; m. W. S. Blackwell, May 24, 1900. 

Clarissa Elizabeth White, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New 
Haven; p. r. 347 Humphrey St., New Haven; teacher, Stam- 
ford, Conn., 1894-5, New Haven, 1895-6, 1897 — . 



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Ethel Wilkinson, b. Rochester; c. r. Tarrytown; p. r. 1537 Ken- 
more Ave., Chicago, 111.; teacher, Highland Park, 111., 1893-4, 
Chicago, 1 894-1900. 

Martha Anne Williams, c. r. Edgar, 111. 

Harriet Anne Wood, b. Saginaw, Mich. ; c. r. Saginaw; p. r. 821 
Court St., Saginaw; student, Univ. of Chicago, 1894-5; teacher, 
Saginaw, 1896-7 ; student, Albany Library School, 1897-8; cat- 
aloguer, Buffalo, 1898-9, Cincinnati, O., 1899 — ; p. articles on 
library work. 

Anna Rogers, ( A.B., Univ. of Neb., 1892,) b. Aurora, 111.; c. r. 
Lincoln, Neb. ; p. r. Lincoln, ( box 624 ) ; art student, New 
York, 1898-9; A.M., Vassar, 1893. 

Isabella Rogers, ( A.B., Univ. of Neb., 1891,) b. Kankakee, 111.; 
c. r. Lincoln, Neb. ; p. r. Lincoln, (box 624 ) ; art student, New 
York, 1898; A.M., Vassar, 1893. 

1894 

Mary Winchester Abbott, b. Woodbury, Conn. ; c. r. W. Haven, 
Conn.; p. r. W. Haven; student, Yale Univ., 1894-5, 1897-8; 
teacher, New Haven, 1895-7, 1898-9, Staunton, Va., 1899-1900. 

Nella Landt Agne, b. Tipton, la. ; c. r. Tipton; p. r. 613 Sixth 
Ave., Cedar Rapids, la. ; m. Dr. Frank Carroll, Apr. 6, 1896. 

Elizabeth Morehead Andrews, b. Yonkers; c. r. Yonkers; p. r. 
43 Hawthorne Ave., Yonkers; teacher, Catlettsburg, Ky., 1894- 
6, Irvington, 1896-7, Yonkers, 1897—. 

Elizabeth Bowden Barns, b. Milford, Mass. ; c. r. Milford ; p. r. 
24 Franklin St., Milford; teacher, Philadelphia, Pa., 1895-6; can- 
vasser, Milford, 1897. 

Emeline Barstow Bartlett, b. Pittsfield, Mass. ; c. r. Provi- 
dence, R. I. ; p. r. 103 S. Angell St. , Providence ; fellow, Univ. 
of Chicago, 1894-6; teacher, Iowa Coll. , Grinneil, la., 1896-8; 
Saratoga, 1898 — . 

Lila Eliza Beers, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago: p. r. 3646 Wa- 
bash Ave., Chicago; student, Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 
1894-7; physician, Morgan Park, 111., 1897-9; M.D. , Hahnemann 
Med. Coll., 1897. 



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101 



Florence Bernd, b. Macon, Ga. ; c. r. Macon ; p. r. Macon ; 
teacher, Macon, 1896 — . 

Celinda Davis Bishoprick, b. Ottawa, Can. ; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 
1728 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. ; teacher, Chicago. 

Mary Louise Boynton, c. r. Sewaren, N. J. 

Irene Fowler Brown, b. Moscow, Tenn. ; c. r. Buntyn, Tenn. ; p. 
r. Buntyn ; teacher, Columbia, S. C. , Bailey Springs, Ala. , Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Marion Otis Candee, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
45 S. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Bellows Falls, Vt, 

1895- 7, Morristown, N. J., 1898-9. 

Edna Carter, b. High Cliff, Wis. ; c. r. Oshkosh, Wis. ; p. r. 108 
High St., Oshkosh ; teacher, De Pere, Wis., 1895-6, Vassar Coll., 

1896- 8; student, Univ. of Chicago, 1898-9; teacher, Oshkosh, 
1899—. 

Florence Adams Chase, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 3251 
Wabash Ave., Chicago; teacher, Chicago, 1899 — . 

Ellen Dundas Chater, b. New York; c. r. Englewood, N. J.; p. 
r. Englewood; teacher, Englewood, 1894-5, Cleveland, O. , 1895- 
6, New York, 1896—. 

Harriet Bernhard Clapp, b. Phoenix; c. r. Fulton; p. r. 105 
Fourth St., Fulton ; teacher, Faribault, Minn., 1894-1900. 

Caroline Coman, b. Morrisville; c. r. Hamilton; p. r. 44 Chestnut 
St., E. Orange, N. J. ; teacher, E. Orange, 1894 — . 

Grace Webster Cooley, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Plainfield, N. J. ; p. r. 
Plainfield; principal private school, Plainfield, 1899-1900. 

Susan Charlotte Crampton, b. Charlestown, Mass. ; c. r. St. 
Albans, Vt. ; p. r. St. Albans; teacher, Montpelier, Vt, 1895-8, 
Littleton, N. H., 1899—. 

Mary Lillian Crea, b. Decatur, 111. ; c. r. Decatur; p. r. 334 Ma- 
con St., Decatur. 

Josephine DeLaney, b. Petaluma, Cal. ; c r. Poughkeepsie; p. r. 
64 James St., Newark, N. J. ; teacher, Arlington. 1895 7. New 
ark, 1 898-1900. 



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Ethel Hinton Elsworth, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 303 Mill St. , Poughkeepsie. 

Kate Louise Enos, b. Lowell, Mich. ; c. r. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; 
p. r. 380 Fountain St., Grand Rapids. 

Mary Estelle Ferrell, b. Nashville, O. ; c. r. Columbus, O. ; p. 
r. 78 Capital Sq. E., Columbus; teacher, Columbus. 

Blanche Ferry, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit ; p. r. 1040 Wood- 
ward Ave. , Detroit. 

Elizabeth Grace Fisher, b. Busti ; c. r. Knowlesville ; p. r. Clif- 
ton; teacher, Albion, 1894-7, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1897 — . 

Lucy Aldrich Fitch, b. Syracuse; c. r. Skaneateles; p. r. 
Skaneateles; ass't sec'y, Vassar Coll., 1899 — • 

Charlotte Louisa Fowler, b. Peekskill ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; .p. 
r. 234 Church St., Poughkeepsie. 

Frances Howard Fuller, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. New York ; 
p. r. 21 W. 101st St., New York; private sec'y. New York, 
1896—. 

Elizabeth Achsah Gillmer, b. Newton Falls, O. ; c. r. Warren, 
O. ; p. r. 303 High St. , Warren. 

Agnes Gnade, b. Rutherford, N. J.; c. r. Rutherford; p. r. 278 
Carmita Ave., Rutherford; teacher, Passaic, 1895-1900. 

Juliette Golay, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Brewer, Me. ; p. r. 
109 W. 77th St., New York; teacher, Chicago, III. , New York; 
student, Columbia Univ. 

Elizabeth Hazelton Haight, b. Auburn ; c. r. Auburn ; p. r. 9 
Steele St., Auburn; teacher, Rye, 1895-6, Troy, 1896 — 1900; 
A.M., Vassar, 1899. 

Mabel Louise Hastings, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 276 
Ryerson St., Brooklyn. 

Ida May Hemans, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 17 Elizabeth St., 
Auburn. 

Lillie Coyle Hench, b. Harrisburg, Pa.; c. r. Harrisburg; p. r. 
1015 N. Front St. , Harrisburg; teacher, Fredricksted, St. Croix, 
Danish West Indies, 1894-5. 



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I03 



Myra Coffin Holbrook, b. Lithgow; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
Wilbraham, Mass.; teacher, Bolivar, Tenn. , 1894-5, Roanoke, 
Va., 1896-7, Wilbraham, 1 899-1900; A.M., Wesleyan, 1899. 

Leonora Howe, b. Washington, Md. ; c. r. Cambridge, Mass. ; p. 
r. 14 Concord Ave. , Cambridge. 

Edith Josephine Hulbert, c. r. Yonkers; A.M., Columbia, 1897. 

Alice Sarah Hussey, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester ; p. r. 923 
Olivia PI., Ann Arbor, Mich.; teacher, San Francisco, Cal., 
1895-7; A.M., Michigan, 1899. 

Ada Lombard Latimer, b. Meadville, Pa.; c. r. Memphis, Tenn., 
and Hutchinson, Kan. ; p. r. 9 W: 64th St., New York; teacher, 
New York, 1 894-1900. 

Mary Lynch, b. Clinton, Mo. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 1041 Wilcox 
Ave., Chicago; m. H. E. Devereux, Dec. 26, 1898; teacher, Chi- 
cago. 

Elizabeth Margaret McAdams, b. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. ; c. r. Mt. 
Pleasant; p. r. Greensburg, Pa.; teacher, Philadelphia, 1894-5; 
Greensburg, 1895 — . 

Florence Blanche MacArthur, b. Montclair, N. J. ; c. r. Chi- 
cago and Riverside, 111. ; p. r. 5125 Madison Ave., Chicago. 

Annie Rachel Macauley, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Louisville, 
Ky. ; p. r. 331 Walnut St., Louisville; tutor, Louisville, 1894-9. 

Mary Margaret Macauley, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Louis- 
ville, Ky. ; p. r. 331 Walnut St., Louisville; teacher, Louisville, 
1894-5 ; tutor, Louisville, 1895-1900. 

Marie Marchant, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Milwaukee ; p. r. 297 
Ogden Ave., Milwaukee; teacher, Milwaukee. 

Elizabeth Arthurs Marshall, b. Pittsburg, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburg ; 
p. r. 239 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg. 

Louisa Surre May, b. Rochelle, 111. ; c. r. Rochelle ; p. r. Ro- 
chelle ; teacher, Rochelle, 1894-6, Chicago, 111., 1896 — . 

Louise Miller, b. Florence, S. C. ; c. r. Florence; p, r. Florence^ 
teacher, Columbia, S. C, 1894-5, Florence, 1895-6, Orangeburg, 
S. C, 1896-8, Roanoke, Va., 1898-1900. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Ethel Moore, b. Oakland, Cal. ; c. r. Oakland ; p. r. 6th Ave. and 
E. 20th St., Oakland. 

Mary Blanche Mumford, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit ; p. r. 34 
Edmund PI., Detroit; teacher, Detroit, 1894-9; student, Har- 
vard Univ., 1899-1900. 

Angie Martin Myers, b. Upper Red Hook ; c. r. Newburgh and 
New York ; p. r. Amoy, China ; missionary physician in charge 
of Hope Hospital, Amoy, China; M.D., 1898. 

Bessie Pearl Newman, b. Zanesville, O.' ; c. r. Zanesville ; p. r. 
1230 Washington Ave., Denver, Col.; m. F. C. Shaw, July 6, 
1896; 2 sons. 

Lizzie Higgins Patten, b. Newton Centre, Mass. ; c. r. Newton 
Centre; p. r. E. Bridgewater, Mass. ; m. F. C. Drake, June 16, 
1897; 1 son; teacher, Bridgewater, Mass., 1895-7. 

Lila Henry Patterson, b. Franklin, Ky. ; c. r. Franklin; p. r. 
Franklin; m. R. H. Lacey, Nov. 30, 1898; 1 son; teacher, 
1896-7. 

Emily Bartlett Platt, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. Richfield Springs; m. Rev. E. G. Rawson, Sept. 21, 1898. 

Florence Lillian Robbins, b. St. Paul, Minn. ; c. r. St. Paul ; p. 
r. 1700 21st St., W. Superior, Wis. ; m. W. C. Winter, June 11, 
1895 ; 3 sons. 

Helen Mildred Slade, b. Quincy, Mass.; c. r. Quincy; p. r. 
Quinc}^; teacher, Cambridge, Mass., 1894-5, Marlboro, Mass., 
1895-7, Holyoke, Mass., 1897-9, Vassar Coll., 1899-1900. 

Katharine Estelle Spiers, b. Alameda, Cal. ; c. r. Berkeley, 
Cal., and San Francisco, Cal. ; p. r. 2114 Vallejo St., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Kate Van Cott Stebbins, b. New York; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 
Rochester. 

Ruth Stickney, b. St. Paul, Minn.; c. r. St. Paul; p. r. Nelson, 
B. C. ; m. Benjamin Hodge, Jan. 18, 1899. 

Ada Belle Story, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Ouray, Col. ; p. r. 
Ouray. 



ALUMNA 



Flora Eda Todd, b. Unadilla; c. r. Unadilla; p. r. 750 Halsey 
St., Brooklyn; m. B. C. Fuller, Oct. 9, 1895; 1 son; teacher, 
1894-5. 

Nanna May Tompkins, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. Poughkeepsie; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1894-5, Newark, N. J., 
1898-1900. 

Katharine Minerva Utter, b. Central Falls, R. I. ; c. r. Provi- 
dence, R. I. ; p. r. 45 Chapin Ave., Providence; m. L. A. Wa- 
terman, Aug. 24, 1896; 1 son, 1 daughter; teacher, Providence, 

1894- 7. 

Abby Augusta Vaillant, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. New York; p. 
r. 331 W. 78th St., New York. 

Caroline Gertrude Van der Burgh, c. r. Fall River, Mass. ; p. r. 
320 Rock St., Fall River; teacher, Fall River. 

Melvina Van Kleeck, b. Poughkeepsie; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p. r. 
285 Mill St., Poughkeepsie. 

Hattie May Wagar, b. Lakewood, O. ; c. r. Lakewood ; p. r. 
Lakewood; m. A. W. Barber, Dec. 22, 1896; 1 son. 

Emilie Louise Wells, b. Saugatuck, Mich. ; c. r. St. Ignace, 
Mich., Chicago, 111.; p. r. Racine, Wis.; teacher, Kenosha, 
Wis., 1894-6, Vassar Coll., 1897— ; Babbott fellow, Univ. of 
Chicago, 1896-7. 

Gertrude White, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
150 Academy St. , Jersey City, N. J.; m. C. L. Carrick, Apr. 21, 
1897; 1 son. 

Alice Wilson Wilcox, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Providence ; p. 
r. Providence ; teacher, Norwalk, Conn., 1894-5, Warren, 111., 

1895- 6, Vassar Coll., 1896—. 

1895 

Etiieldrkd Abbot, b. Norwich, Conn.; c. r. Norwich; p. r. 
Welleslcy College, Wellesley, Mass. ; librarian, Lenox library, 
New York, 1897-8; art dep't, Welleslcy Coll., 1 S98 — . 

Harriett Elizabeth ABBOTT, b. Ithaca; c. r. Waterbnry. Conn. ; 
p. r. Watertown, Conn. ; teacher, Waterbury, 1898 



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Margaret Kate Acker, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 157 Fulton Ave., Astoria; teacher, Germantown, Pa., 1895-6, 
Middletown, 1897, Astoria, 1 897-1900. 

Mary Louise Armstrong, b. Perm Yan; c. r. Perm Yan;p. r. 
Perm Yan; teacher, Yonkers; grad. Oswego Nor. Sc., 1899. 

Katharine Innis Arnold, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 12 Forbus St., Poughkeepsie; tutor, Poughkeepsie; stu- 
dent, Vassar Coll., 1 899-1900. 

Susie Lillian Austin, b. Somerville, Mass. ; c. r. Jefferson, Mass. ; 
p. r. 23 Maple St., Arlington, Mass. ; teacher, 1896 — . 

Grace Alden Beard, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Westville, Conn. ; p. r. 
Westville; teacher, New Haven, 1896-8, Wilmington, Del., 
1898-9, Rome, 1899 — . 

Beatrice Ethel Bennett, b. Groton, Mass.; c. r. Groton; p. r. 
Pensionnat Bovet-Bolens, Geneva, Switzerland ; teacher, Gro- 
ton, 1895-8, student, Geneva, 1898 — . 

Caroline Ellis Blodgett, b. W. Brookfield, Mass. ; c. r. W. 
Brookfield; p. r. 64 Congress St., Newark, N. J. ; m. Dr. W. M. 
Goodwin, Oct. 11, 1899; teacher, Northampton, Mass., 1896-8. 

Bessie Eliza Boyd, b. Glens Falls; c. r. Glens Falls; p. r. Sche- 
nectady; m. W. L. Lawton, Sept. 7, 1898; teacher, Poughkeep- 
sie, 1895-7, Lake George, 1897-8; editor (with F. S. Cohen, '95 ), 
Vassar Souvenir. 

Georgie Smith Boynton, b. Woodbridge, N. J. ; c. r. Sewaren, 
N. J. ; p. r. Sewaren; business manager, Perth Amboy Republi- 
can, 3 yrs. ; treasurer, Amer. Pub. Co. 

Margaret Robinson Brendlinger, b. Port Perry, Pa. ; c. r. 
Yonkers; p. r. 810 N. 41st St., Philadelphia, Pa. ; teacher, Nor- 
walk, Conn., 1895-9, Poughkeepsie, 1899 — . 

Annie Mary Brinckerhoff, b. New York; c. r. Mt. Vernon; p. 
r. 10 W. 4th St., Mt. Vernon; teacher, Mt. Vernon, 1896-9, New 
York, 1899 — . 

*Gertrude Angeline Bronson, b. Jefferson City, Mo. ; c. r. Cleve- 
land, O. ; d. Sept. 3, 1896. 



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Laura Antoinette Brownell, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 
216 Harrison St., Brooklyn; m. C. E. Woodbridge, Feb. 27, 
1900; teacher, Vassar Coll., 1895-8, Brooklyn, 1898-1900. 

Pearl Vere Burnham, b. Albert Lea, Minn. ; c. r. Groton, S. D. ; 
p. r. 517 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; teacher, Minne- 
apolis, 1896-8, Faribault, Minn., 1898-1900; p. translations and 
contributions to newspapers. 

Helen Holbrook Candee, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 45 S. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie; teacher, Lake Mohegan, 
1896-8, 1899—. 

Grace Carpenter, b. Poughkeepsie; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p. r. 
Poughkeepsie; m. W. M. Beard, June 17, 1898; 1 son; teacher, 
Englewood, N. J., 1895-6. 

May Hall Childs, b. New York ; c. r. New York and Great Neck ; 
p. r. Great Neck. 

Fanny Cohen, b. Rye; c. r. New York; p. r. 21 E. 46th St., New 
York; student, Cornell Univ., 1896-1900; M.D. , Cornell, 1900; 
editor (with B. E. Boyd, '95), Vassar Souvenir. 

Anne Laziere Crawford, b. Georgetown, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville, 
Ky. ; p. r. 210 W. Ormsby Ave. , Louisville; m. Abraham Flex- 
ner, June 23, 1898; 1 daughter. 

Emma Theresa DeLany, b. Waukegan, 111. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; 
p. r. 537 Cleveland Ave., Chicago ; clerk in law office, student 
of law, Chicago. 

Anne Dorrance, b. Kingston Township, Pa. ; c. r. Dorranceton, 
Pa. ; p. r. Dorranceton ; rose grower. 

Phebe Van Vlack Doughty, b. Matteawan; c. r. Matteawan; p. 
r. Matteawan; student, Albany Nor. Coll., 1S97-8, Cornell Med. 
Coll., 1898—; Pd. B., 1898. 

Bessie Anna Durant, b. Bethel, Conn. ; c, r. Bethel; p. r. Bethel ; 
m. H. L. Shepard, Sept. 1, 1897. 

Etiielyn Emery, c. r. Bryan, O. ; m. F. S. Hutton. 

Jennie Agnes Estes, b. Quaker Street; c. r. Brooklyn; p, r. 130S 
Dean St., Brooklyn f teacher'" Adclphi ColL, Brooklyn, 1895^! 



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Susan Hoyt Evans, b. Willimantic, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven, 
Conn.; p. r. 263 Prospect St., Torrington, Conn.; worker in 
Astral Settlement, Brooklyn, 1895-6; teacher, New Haven, 2 
yrs. 

Hasseltine Reynolds Fletcher, b. Rockford, Mich. ; c. r. Itha- 
ca; p. r. Suffield, Conn. ; teacher, Hamilton, 1895-6. Bloomfield, 
N. J., 1896—. 

^Josephine Bowen Fletcher, b. St. Albans, Vt. ; c. r. St. Albans ; 
teacher, St. Albans, 1895-9; d. Burlington, Vt., Jan. 2, 1900. 

Florence Edna Freeman, b. W. Millbury, Mass. ; c. r. W. Mill- 
bury; p. r. Princeton, Mass. ; m. R. J. Gregory, Aug. 26, 1897; 
1 daughter; teacher, Worcester, Mass., 1895-6 ; Bridgewater, 
Mass., 1896-7. 

Edith May Garvin, b. Winsted, Conn.; c. r. Winsted; p. r. 160 
Williams Ave., Winsted; teacher, Winsted, 1895 — . 

Mary Eleanore Gedney, b. Newburgh ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
Milton; m. Rev. George Allan, Feb. 8, 1900. 

Grace Goodwin, b. Thomaston, Conn.; c. r. Thomaston; p. r. 
435 State St., Albany; m. F. J. Wolfe, May 9, 1899. 

Anna Jeannette Graham, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
Chagrin Falls, O. ; m. P. L. Adams, Apr. 20, 1899. 

Juliette Greer, b. Rochester, Pa. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 296 
Ryerson St., Brooklyn; teacher, Edgewater, 111., 1895-6, Cleve- 
land, O., 1896-8, Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 1898—. 

Rose Bertha Gruening, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 111 
E. 23rd St., New York; A.M., Columbia, 1899. 

Mary Haughwout, b. Somerset, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River, Mass. ; 
p. r. Fall River; ass't cataloguer, Fall River Pub. Lib., 1897 — . 

Alice Henry, b. Butler, Mo. ; c. r. Butler ; p. r. Butler ; teacher, 
Butler, 1895-7. 

Clara Mossman Hill, b. Norwalk, Conn. ; c. r. Norwalk; p. r. 40 
West Ave., Norwalk; private secretary, 1896 — . 

Eddah Hillier, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Denver, Col. ; p. r. 1344 
Franklin St., Denver; teacher, Denver, 1 898-1900; art student, 
Cincinnati, 2 yrs. 



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Sue Whitcomb Hoagland, b. Troy, O. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 206 
Quincy St., Brooklyn; teacher, Springfield, O., Brooklyn, New 
York, 1895-7; student, Char. Org. Soc, New York, 1900. 

Edith Clark Holmes, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 121 Perrine 
St., Dayton, O. ; m. Rev. H. A. Grubbs, June 30, 1897; 1 son. 

Harriet Fay Holmes, b. Port Crescent, Mich. ; c. r. Oscoda, Mich. ; 
p. r. Chicago, 111. 

Helen May Holmes, b. Port Crescent, Mich. ; c. r. Oscoda, Mich. ; 
p. r. 678 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. ; m. Dr. T. V. White, 
Jan. 10, 1899. 

Sarah Edna Howell, b. Port Jervis; c. r. Port Jervis; p. r. 655 
Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn.; m. J. R. Fenn, Apr. 13, 
1898. 

Grace Duryee Hulst, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 15 Him- 
rod St., Brooklyn. 

Alida Lewis Johnson, b. Prattsburgh; c. r. PennYan; p. r. Penn 
Yan; teacher, S. Orange, N. J., 1896-7. 

Willie Crockett Johnson, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis; p. 
r. Springdale Ave. , Memphis; teacher, Memphis, 1895-1900. 

Mabel Irene Jones, b. Titusville, Pa. ; c. r. Titusville; p. r. 40 E. 
Main St., Titusville; teacher, Titusville, 1896-8. 

Susan Louise Kelly, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Providence; p. r. 
21 Barnes St., Providence; tutor. 

Otie Kircher, b. Davenport, la.; c. r. Davenport; p. r. 1017 
Main St., Davenport; jewelry business, 1897 — . 

Helen Newberry Ladue, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit ; p. r. 
93 Forrest Ave., Atlanta, Ga. ; m. J. H. Mallory, Jr., Aug. 21, 
1889; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1895-6; district agent, Char. 
Org. Soc, New York, 1896-9; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Abbie Fox Learned, b. Painted Post ; c. r. San Frascisco, Cal., 
and Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 8206 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago; teacher, 
Burlington, Vt, 1895-6, Chicago, 1 896-1 900. 

Sara MacCartiiy, c. r. Rochester. 

Emma Cornelia McCaulky, b. Stanley; C. r. .Stanley; p. r. Stan- 
ley; teacher, Bloomsburg, Pa., 1896-8, Philadelphia, Pa., 1S99 — . 



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Hattie Louise McCutcheon, b. Charlotte, Mich. ; c. r. Pough- 
keepsie ; p. r. 15 Hooker Ave. , Poughkeepsie ; teacher, Brook- 
lyn, 1895-9, Millbury, N. J., 1899-1900. 

Maria Louise McVey, b. Dayton, O. ; c. r. Binghamton ; p. r. 
Binghamton. 

Ethel Adams Merritt, b. Camden, N. J. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
689 Lafayette Ave. , Brooklyn. 

Merion Elinor Mitchell, c. r. Bay City, Mich. 

Anna Adele Monsch, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; p. r. 
102 E. Jacob St., Louisville; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 
1895-6; teacher, Louisville, Ky., 1896—; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Mary Estelle Mulholland, b. Brockport; c. r. Gloversville ; 
teacher, Gloversville. 

Mary Sweeney Mundy, b. Watertown ; c. r. Watertown ; p. r. 2 
Clinton St., Watertown; teacher, Watertown, 1896 — . 

Emma Wyckoff Murray, b. Brooklyn; c. r. New Brunswick, N. 
J. ; p. r. 210 E. 9th St., Plainfield, N. J. ; m. R. B. Strong, Nov. 
4, 1896; 1 son, 1 daughter. 

Elsie Myers, b. Cheyenne, Wyo. ; c. r. Cheyenne; p. r. 808 E. 
17th St., Cheyenne; teacher, Cheyenne, 1895 — . 

Alice Mary Nairn, b. Buffalo; c. r. Buffalo; p. r. 185 Plymouth 
Ave., Buffalo; teacher, Buffalo, 1895 — . 

Julia Swift Orvis, b. Dixon, 111. ; c. r. Dixon ; p. r. Wellesley 
College, Wellesley, Mass. ; student, Cornell, 1895-7, Paris, 1897 
-9; teacher, Wellesley Coll. , 1899-1900. 

Maud Orwig, b. Pottsville, Pa. ; c. r. Lansford, Pa. ; p. r. Lans- 
ford; teacher, Lansford, 1895 — . 

Caroline Marie Pelgram, b. Paterson, N. J. ; c. r. Paterson and 
New York; p. r. 91 Riverside Drive, New York. 

Theodora Ada Phelps, b. Great Vailey; c. r. Dunkirk; p. r. 734 
Central Ave., Dunkirk; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1895-6; 
teacher, Dunkirk, 1897 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Christie Hamilton Poppenheim, b. Charleston, S. C. ; c. r. 
Charleston; p. r. 31 Meeting St., Charleston. 



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III 



Ida Huiet Poppenheim. b. Charleston, S. C. ; c. r. Charleston; 
p. r. 68 Broad St., Charleston; m. Daniel Ravenel, Feb. 2, 1898; 
1 son ; p. Huguenot Church of Charleston, S. C. 

Mary Minerva Reed, b. Sharon, Conn. ; c. r. Sharon; p. r. Boul- 
der, Col. 

Katharine Campbell Reiley, b. New Brunswick, N. J. ; c. r. New 
York; p. r. 2682 Broadway, New York; teacher, Englewood, 
N. J., 1895-8, Brooklyn, 1898-1900. 

Isabelle Adams Reimer, b. E. Orange, N. J.; c. r. E. Orange; 
p. r. 28 N. Maple Ave., E. Orange; teacher and tutor, Newark, 
N. J., t 896-1900. 

Alice Emma Rugge, b. Glens Falls ; c. r. Glens Falls ; p. r. 40 
Warren St., Glens Falls; m. J. R. Loomis, Jr., Mar. 2, 1897. 

Juliet Sebring, b. Kalamazoo, Mich. ; c. r. Kalamazoo; p. r. 405 
South St., W., Kalamazoo; office work, 1898-9. 

Flora Amorette Simmons, b. Southwick, Mass. ; c. r. Worcester, 
Mass. ; p. r. Huguenot Coll., Wellington, Cape Colony, S. 
Africa; teacher, Huguenot Coll., Wellington, 1895 — ; p. contri- 
butions to periodicals. 

Jessie Valerie Skelton, b. Princeton, Ind. ; c. r. Princeton ; p. r. 
Princeton ; teacher, Princeton, 1895 — . 

Elizabeth Chard Smith, b. Water town ; c. r. Watertown ; p. r. 
3 Sterling PL, Watertown; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1S95-6; 
teacher, Englewood, N. J., 1898-9, Watertown, 1899-1900. 

Eleanor Louise Smith, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Dayton, O. ; p. r. 
Wheeling Ave., Muncie, Ind.; organist and teacher, Muncic, 
1897-. 

Elizabeth Lincoln Smith, b. Henthada, Burma; c. r. Newton 
Center, Mass. ; p. r. 42 Merrimac St, Penacook, N. H. ; m. Rev. 
W. H. Allison, Sept. 6, 1899; teacher, Everett, Mass., 1S97-9. 

Frances Albee Smith, b. Newton, Mass. ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 742 
N. Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ella Gertrude Snow, b. Ncgaunce, Mich.; c. r. Greenfield, 
Mass. ; p. r. 6 Congress St., Greenfield. 



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Gabrielle Matilda Snyder, b. Cleveland, O.; c. r. Cleveland; p. 
r. 818 Marshall St., Youngstown, O. ; m. Howard Beck, Feb. 15, 
1897; 1 daughter. 

Bertha Rich Strang, b. Yonkers; c. r. Yonkers; p. r. 114 Locust 
Hill Ave., Yonkers. 

*Flora Mabel Taylor, b. New York; c. r. New York; d. New 
York, Sept. 10, 1897. 

Elisabeth Gertrude Thorne, b. Skaneateles ; c. r. Skaneateles; 
p. r. Skaneateles; student, N. Y. S. Lib. School, 1895-7; ass't 
librarian, Utica Pub. Lib., 1899; librarian, Port Jervis Free 
Lib., 1899 — ; p. Reading List on the Netherlands. 

Wie Durfee Townsend, c. r. Hudson. 

Julia Emery Turner, b. Quincy, 111. ; c. r. Quincy ; p. r. Quincy ■ 
teacher, New York, 1895-7, Quincy, 1897-1900. 

Elizabeth Updegraff, b. McGregor, la. ; c. r. McGregor ; p. r. 
McGregor; private sec* y, Washington, D. C, 1895-6; student, 
Univ. of Chicago, 1896-7; teacher, Chicago, 111., 1899 — . 

Mary Verhoeff, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; p. r. 
825 2d St., Louisville. 

Florence Ianthe Vernon, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 199 
Lafayette Ave. , Brooklyn. 

Maude Caro Watton, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 305 
Frederick Ave., Detroit; m. A. D. Welton, July 3, 1899. 

Lillian Clark Weaver, b. Forestville; c. r. Webster City. Ia. ; p. 
r. Oak Park, 111.; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1895-6; teacher, 
Stamford, Conn., 1896-8, Oak Park, 1898—; A.M., Vassar, 1896. 

Ella Marian Welch, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven ; 
p. r. 1452 Chapel St., New Haven. 

Edith Williams, b. Watertown; c. r. Watertown; p. r. 7 Ten 
Eyck St., Watertown; m. J. C. Stebbins, Apr. 19, 1900. 

Gertrude Witschief, b. Port Jervis; c. r. Port Jervis; p. r. 15 
Manhattan Ave., New York ; m. W. S. Bennet, June 30, 1896; 
1 son, 1 daughter. 

Vinnie Clifton Wood, b.'Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River; p, 
r. Fall River, 



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113 



Fanny Thurston York, b. Wellsville; c. r. Wellsville and Dans- 
ville; p. r. North Ave., Buffalo; m. J. LeD. Langdon, Aug. 9, 
1898; 1 son; teacher, Peekskill, 1895-8. 

1896 

Mary Ewart Adkins, b. Iowa City, la. ; c. r. Granville, O. ; p. r. 
Shepardson College, Granville; grad. student, physical train- 
ing, Vassar Coll., 1896-7; ass't in gymnasium, VassarColl., 
1897-9; gymnasium director, Shepardson Coll., 1899 -1900. 

Belle Bingley Anderson, b. Maysville, Ky. ; c. r. Melbourne, 
Ky. ; p. r. The Misses Masters' School, Dobbs Ferry; teacher, 
Poughkeepsie, 1896-8, Dobbs Ferry, 1898-1900. 

Hannah Winifred Arnold, b. Wyoming; c. r. Fall River, Mass. ; 
p. r. Wyoming; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1896-7; teacher, 
Poughkeepsie, 1898-9, Garden City, 1897-8, 1899-1900. 

Florence Ballance, b. Santa Rosa, Cal. ; c. r. Peoria, 111. , p. r. 
216 Randolph Ave., Peoria. 

Harriet Sketchley Banks, b. Englewood, N. J.'; c. r. Engle- 
wood; p. r. Englewood. 

Clara Adelia Wright Barnes, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. E. Boston ; 
p. r. 191 Trenton St., E. Boston; teacher, Attleboro, Mass., 
1896-7, Wakefield, Mass., 1897-1900. 

Lilian Bayliss, c. r. Cleveland, O. 

Laura Jennie Beach, c. r. New Haven, Conn. 

Lillian Southard Berlin, b. Montrose, Pa.; c. r. Wilmington, 
Del.; p. r 12 Dresser St. , Southbridge, Mass.; m. C. A. Rice, 
Oct. 27, 1898; teacher, Wilmington, 1896-8. 

Louise Booker, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville; p. r. 28 W. 
34th St., New York; m. R. McN. McElroy, May 21, 1900. 

Ina C. Bowman, b, Lebanon, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia, Pa. ; p. r. 
1618 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia; teacher, Wayne, Pa., 
1 896-1900. 

Laura Marguerite Branch, b. Lawrenceville, Pa. ; c. r. Coming; 
p. r. 71 B. Third St., Corning; teacher, Adams, Mass., 1896-7, 
Corning, 1897-9; student, Nor. Coll., Albany, 1899-1900. 



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Mabel Breckenridge, b. Norwalk, O. ; c. r. Hamilton, Ont. ; p. r. 
216 Jackson St., Hamilton. 

Margaret Broad, b. Buffalo; c. r. Buffalo; p. r. 260 Summer St., 
Buffalo ; teacher, Buffalo, 1897 — . 

Margaret Campbell Brown, b. Rochester; c. r. Philadelphia, 
Pa.; p. r. 1035 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa. 

Theodora May Carrell, b. Leroy ; c. r. Buffalo ; p. r. 839 Pros- 
pect Ave., Buffalo; teacher, Hornellsville, 1 890-1, Buffalo, 
1896—. 

Susanna Willey Chamberlain, c. r. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Maria Mitchell Champney, b. Deerfield, Mass. ; c. r. New York ; 
p. r. 146 E. 37th St., New York; m. J. S. Humphreys, Nov. 22, 
1899; miniature portrait painter. 

Gertrude Lydia Chesley, b. Malone ; c. r. Malone ; p. r. Malone ; 
teacher, Malone, 1896 — . 

Annie Smith Childs, b. St. Albans, Vt. ; c. r. St. Albans; p. r. 17 
High St., St. Albans; teacher, St. Albans, 1896-8, New York, 
1899, S. Amboy, N. J., 1899-1900. 

Lillian Frank Collins, b. Syracuse; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. The 
Mabelle, Syracuse; m. C. C. Brown, April 11, 1898. 

Maude Emily Cooper, b. Evans Mills ; c. r. Watertown ; p. r. 60 
Washington St., Watertown. 

Clara Margaret Cornell, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Asbury Park, N. J. ; 
p. r. 606 4th Ave. , Asbury Park. 

Luctle Cross, b. Fairbury, Neb. ; c. r. Fairbury ; p. r. Marshall- 
town, la. ; m. F. W. Russell, Oct., 1897. 

Ellen King Cumming, b. Fredonia; c. r. Fredonia; p. r. Fredo- 
nia; teacher, Schuylerville, 1897-8, Saratoga, 1898-9. 

Elizabeth Louise Darrow, b. Buffalo ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 232 
Highland Ave. , Buffalo. 

Edith Douglas Deane, b. Morristown, N. J. ; c. r. New York ; p. 
r. 62 E. 78th St., New York; tutor. 

Grace Denton, b. New Hampton ; c. r. New Hampton ; p. r. New 
Hampton ; teacher, Denton, 1896-7, Goshen, 1897-1900. 



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115 



Gertrude A. Huntington Dewey, b. St. Albans, Vt. ; c. r. St. 
Albans; p. r. St. Albans; m. E. M. Doughty, Apr. 4, 1900; teach- 
er, Bakersfield, Vt., 1896-9. 

Tenny Victoria Dickson, b. Eauclaire, Wis. ; c. r. Westfield ; p. 
r. 169 W. 73d St., New York; teacher, Chicago, 111., 1897-8, 
Staten Island, 1898-9, New York, 1 899-1900. 

Pearl Crystal Marie Dillow, b. Brecksville, O. ; c. r. Cleveland, 
O. ; p. r. Orofino, Idaho; m. C. E. Schou, Jr., Dec. 7, 1898; 
teacher, Cleveland, 1896-8. 

Anne Elizabeth Douglas, b. Lincoln, Neb. ; c. r. Indianapolis, 
Ind. ; p. r. Highland Park, 111. ; teacher, Highland Park, 1896- 
1900. 

Katharine Stewart Dunham, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; 
p. r. 388 Dunham Ave., Cleveland. 

Helen Frances Epler, b. Jacksonville, 111. ; c. r. Jacksonville; p. 
r. Vassar College ; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1887-92, VassarColl., 
1892-1900. 

Josephine Fagan, b. Hancock; c. r. Hackettstown, N. J.; p. r. 
Gambier, O. ; teacher, Gambier, 1896-8, Burlington, N. J., 
1898—. 

Queen Ferry, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 1040 Wood- 
ward Ave., Detroit; student in nor. kindergarten school. 

Blanche Chloe Grant, b. Leavenworth, Kan. ; c. r. Indianapolis, 
Ind., and Providence, R. I. ; p. r. 709 Madison Ave., Scranton, 
Pa.; teacher, Indianapolis, 1897-8, Hope Valley, R. I., 1899, E. 
Bridgewater, Mass., 1900. 

Lily Greer, b. Rochester, Pa. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 296 Ryer- 
son St., Brooklyn. 

Jessie Bell Hart, b. Englewood, N. J.; c. r. Englewood; p. r. 
Englewood; teacher, 1896-1900. 

Sarah Branch Hartzell, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. 
436 Jennings Ave., Cleveland. 

Florence Augusta Haskell, b. Titusvillc, Pa.; c. r. Bradford, 
Pa.; teacher, Bradford, 1896-8, Far Rockaway, 1898—. 

ELLEN Imogene Hayward, b. Davenport, la. ; C r. Davenport; 
p. r. 202 Bridge Ave., Davenport. 



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Ann Hero, b. New Orleans, La. ; c. r. New Orleans; p. r. 1213 
3d St., New Orleans; grad. scholar, VassarColl., 1896-7; teach- 
er, Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 1898—; A.M., Vassar, 1897. 

Marie Lancaster Hewitt, b. Menasha, Wis.; c. r. Tacoma, 
Wash. ; p. r. 501 N. 4th St. , Tacoma. 

Mary Elizabeth Higgins, b. New York ; c. r. Stelton, N. J. ; p. r. 
Chicago Heights, 111. ; m. A. F. M. Steen, Oct. 25, 1899; chemist, 
Chicago Heights, 1896-9. 

Nellie Higman, b. St. Joseph, Mich. ; c. r. Sioux City, la. , and 
New York; p. r. 1822 iothAve., S. Minneapolis, Minn; teacher, 
Metzger Coll. , Carlisle, Pa., 1896-9, Pueblo, Col., 1 899-1900. 

Julia Delacour Hill, b. Norwalk, Conn. ; p. r. Danbury, Conn. ; 
p. r. 324 Main St., Danbury. 

Alice Merrill Howland, b. Hope, R. I. ; c. r. Hope ; p. r. Hope. 

Ella Stoothoff Hulst, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 15 
Himrod St. , Brooklyn. 

Mignonette Bird Johnson, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis ; 
p. r. Georgetown, S. C. ; m. Dr. D. S. Black, Feb. 5, 1897; 1 
daughter. 

Blanche Adaline Jones, b. New Brighton, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburg, Pa. ; 
p. r. 5431 5th Ave., Pittsburg; teacher, Pittsburg, 1896-1900; p. 
articles for magazines. 

*Sara Emma Jutten, b. New York ; c. r. Fall River, Mass. ; d. 
Arkansas, Mar. 5, 1899. 

Cornelia Dodge Kinkead, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. Poughkeepsie. 

Ida Grace Kruse, b. Black Hawk, Col. ; c. r. Black Hawk ; p. r. 
122 Pall Mall, London, Eng. ; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1896 
-7; A.M., Vassar, 1897. 

Marion Laird, b. Freehold, N. J. ; c. r. Freehold; p. r. Freehold. 

Anne Edith Lapham, b. Canandaigua ; c. r. Canandaigua ; p. r. 
5 Gibson St., Canandaigua; teacher, Glovers ville, 1896-8; clerk, 
surrogate's court, 189S-9; teacher, Morristown, N. J., 1899 — . 

Lizzie Marion Lockhart, b. New York; c. r. Mt. Vernon; p. r. 
134 Valentine St., Mt. Vernon; teacher, Mt. Vernon, 1896-1900. 



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Ella Louise Love, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago ; p. r. 10 Astor 
St., Chicago; m. W. L. Beckwith, Apr. 20, 1898; 1 daughter. 

Adele Luehrmann, b. Memphis, Term. ; c. r. Memphis ; p. r. 
Hotel Luehrmann, Memphis; teacher, Memphis, 1896-8, New- 
York, 1898-9; actor, 1899-1900. 

Muriel Kate Mabie, b. Rockford, 111. ; c. r. Boston, Mass. ; p. r. 
29 Whiting St., Boston. 

Lillian Angela McAllester, b. Moriah ; c. r. Manchester, N. H. ; 
p. r. Randolph, Mass. ; teacher, Milton, N. H., 1896-9, Glouces- 
ter, Mass., 1899 — . 

(Gertrude Eugenie Mac Arthur, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; 
p. r. 358 W. 57th St., New York ; teacher, New York, 1897 — . 

Estelle McCloskey, b. Pittsburg, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburg; p. r. Irwin 
and Murdoch Ave. , Pittsburg; teacher, Pittsburg, 1896-9 ; stu- 
dent, Oxford, Eng., 1 899-1900. 

Mary Lyon McClure, b. Harrisburg, Pa. ; c. r. Bradford, Pa. ; p. 
r. Bradford; tutor, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 1896-7, Poughkeepsie, 
1897—. 

Maude May McFarland, b. Oswego ; c. r. Oswego ; p. r. Sauger- 
ties; m. J. T. Washburn, Jr., Dec. 28, 1898 ; 1 son; tutor, Oswego, 

1896- 7; teacher, Saugerties, 1897-8. 

Ida Paine McKean, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 40 
Summit St., Cleveland; teacher, Zane.sville, O., 1899 — . 

Jeannette McMillan, b. College Hill, O. ; c. r. St. Charles, Mo. ; 
p. r. Washington, Pa.; teacher, Owensboro, Ky., 1896-7, Wash- 
ington, 1897 — . 

Lucy Madeira, b. Martinsburg, W. Va. ; c. r. Washington, D. C. ; 
p. r. 1511 13th St., N. W., Washington; teacher, Forest Glen, 
Md., 1896-7, Washington, D. C, 1897 — . 

Elizabeth Estelle Maltman, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 
75 Lake View Ave., Chicago. 

Ruth Mitchell Mann, b. Central Falls, R. I.; c. r. Central Falls; 
p. r. 284 Broad St., Central Falls; teacher, Providence, R. I., 

1897- 8, Yonkers, 1898-9. 

Della Mary Marquardt, b. Iowa City, la. ; c. r. Dee Moines, la. 
p. r. Des Moines. 



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Carolyn Graydon Martin, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
635 Park Ave., New York; m. S. B. Robinson, May 18, 1899. 

Anne Moore, b. Wilmington, N. C. ; c. r. Wilmington ; p. r. 113 
Chestnut St., Wilmington; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1896-7; 
teacher, Westfield, N. J., 1897-8, Vassar Coll., 1898-9; Babbott 
fellow, Chicago Univ., 1899-1900; A.M., Vassar. 1897; p. Dino- 
philus Gardineri ( Sp. Novo ) in Zoological Bulletin. 

Lillian Randell Moore, b. Brooklyn; c. r. St. Paul, Minn. ; p. r. 
464 Holly Ave., St. Paul; p. articles for magazines. 

Anna Ruth Morris, c. r. Oregon, Mo. 

Bessie Cross Niles, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield; p. r. 
549 Chestnut St. , Springfield. 

Anna Odell, c. r. Detroit, Mich. 

Elizabeth Ella Packer, b. Columbia. Mo. ; c. r. Newton Centre, 
Mass.; p. r. 401 Gilbert St., Danville, 111. ; teacher, Lacon, 111., 
1896-7, Danville, 1 897-1900. 

Rose Amelia Palmer, b. Georgetown, D. C. ; c. r. Washington, 
D. C. ; p. r. 1408 31st St., Washington ; teacher, Washington, 
1896-7. 

Helen Wooster Peckham, b. v Pulaski; c. r. Pulaski; p. r. 200 W. 
Jefferson St., Los Angeles, Cal. ; teacher, Atlanta, Ga., 1896-8, 
Plainfield, N. J., 1898-9; student, Los Angeles, 1899 — . 

Margaret Pellet, b. Watkins; c. r. Watkins; p. r. Watkins. 
Lulu Allen Phinney, c. r. Alton, 111. ; m. G. B. Burr. 

Lily Virginia Pickersgill, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny; p. 
r. Riverside, 111. (care G. A. Smith). 

Jessie Durand Pierson, b. Clinton, Conn. ; c. r. New Haven, 
Conn. ; p. r. 184 Thompson St., New Haven; teacher, New Ha- 
ven, 1897-8, Wakefield, Mass., 1898-1900. 

Kate Beatty Reynolds, b. Allentown, N. J. ; c. r. New Rochelle, 
and Newtown, Conn.; p. r. Newtown; teacher, Lakewood, N. 
J., 1896-8, Brooklyn, 1 898-1900. 

Harriet Richardson, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Washington ; 
p. r. 1 106 L Street, N. W., Washington; p. Key to Isopods of 
Pacific Coast of N. A., with Descriptions of Twenty-two New 
Species; various papers on new species of Idotea, Rocinela, etc. 



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May Meylert Richardson, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. 
r. 28 Delaware PI., Chicago; teacher, Chicago, 1896 — . 

Dora Cornelia Roberts, b. Burlingame, Kan. ; c. r. Rochester ; 
p. r. Henzada, Burma; m. Rev. J. E. Cummings, Mar. 20, 1897, 
1 son. 

Marian Elizabeth Samson, b. Newton, Mass ; c. r. Portland, Me. ; 
p. r. 627 E. Chelten Ave., Germantown, Pa. ; teacher, New 
York. 

Effie Stark Sanders, c. r. Springfield, 111. 

Mary Noxon Sanders, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 23 E. 
64th St., New York; m. W. H. Hays, Oct. 19, 1898. 

Mattie Douglass Scarborough, b. Carmel, Tex. ; c. r. Waco, 
Tex. ; p. r. 516 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. ; m. G. W. Mc- 
Daniel, Mar, 23, 1898; 1 daughter; prof, of mod. lang. , 
Baylor Univ., 1896-8; p. short stories and essays. 

Julia Augusta Schwartz, b. Albany; c. r. Omaha, Neb., and 
Mankato, Minn. ;p. r. 911 S. 20th St., Omaha; grad. scholar, Vas- 
sar Coll., 1896-7; teacher, Omaha, 1897-8; author, Omaha, 
1898 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1897; p. Vassar Studies. 

Elizabeth Gamble Scott, b. Lock Haven, Pa. ; c. r. Lock Haven ; 
p. r. 1 1 13 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa. ; m. G. B. Kunkel, M.D., 
Nov. 16, 1899. 

Florence Bevier Scott, d. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia ; 
p. r. Bala, Pa. 

Henriette Irene Scranton, b. SaultSte Marie, Mich. ; c. r. Sault 
Ste Marie ; p. r. Sault Ste Marie. 

Louise Patteson Sheppard, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Penn_Yan ; p. r. 
Penn Yan; student, Stanford Univ., 1898-9. 

Anna Elizabeth Sill, b. Geneseo; c. r. Newark, N. J., and New 
Haven, Conn.; p. r. 1 5 Chambers St., Princeton, N. J. ; teacher. 
New Haven, 1897-9, library work, Princeton, 1899—. 

Henrietta Sinsabaugh, b. Port Jervis; c. r. Port Jervis; p. r. 40 
Grove St., Stamford, Conn. ; teacher, Stamford, 1896— 

Sarah Griswold Spalding, b. Erie, Pa, ; c. r. Denver, GoL ; p. r. 
201 1 Lincoln Ave., Denver; teacher, Eric, Pa., 1899-1900. 



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Mary Duty Spencer, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. The 
Ambleside, Brookline, Mass. ; m. C. M. DuVernet, Nov. 28, 
1899; teacher, Omaha, Neb., 1898-9. 

Helen Stamford, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Grand- View-on-Hudson ; p. 
r. Grand-View-on-Hudson ; teacher, New York, 1896-7. 

Mary Edith Tarbox, b. Portland; c. r. Fredonia; p. r. Fredonia; 
grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1896-7. 

Hope Traver, b. Bennington, Vt. ; c. r. Saratoga Springs; p. r. 
23 Park PI., Saratoga Springs; teacher, Memphis, Tenn., 1890 
-2, 1894-5, 1896, Passaic, N. J., 1897, Red Bank, N. J., 1897- 
1900. 

Geneva Tryon, b. Cambridge, Mass. ; c. r. Cambridge ; p. r. 78 
Oxford St., Cambridge; teacher, Rye, 1896 — . 

Ruth Tunnicliff, b. Macomb, 111.; c. r. Macomb; p. r. Macomb. 

Alma Eliza Tuttle, Hornellsville ; c. r. Hornellsville ; p. r. 194 
Main St. , Hornellsville; teacher, Hornellsville, 1898 — . 

Louise Van Anden, c. r. Brooklyn. 

Olga Athene Waite, b. Athens, Greece; c. r. Ithaca; p. r. 135 
East Ave., Ithaca. 

*Reubena Hyde Walworth, c. r. Saratoga Springs ; teacher, New 
York and Saratoga, 1893-5, New York, 1897-8, volunteer nurse, 
Montauk PL, 1898; p. Where was Elsie? Saratoga Fairies, a 
comedietta, poems in magazines; d. New York, Oct. 18, 1898. 

Maude Loraine Warner, b. Huntington, W. Va. ; c. r. Cincin- 
nati, O.; p. r. 2643 Elmwood Ave., Cincinnati; teacher, Cin- 
cinnati, 1898-1900. 

Grace Anna Wellington, b. Troy ; c. r. Troy ; p. r. 6 W. 48th 
St., New York; teacher, New York, 1896 — ; student, N. Y. 
Univ. ; A.M., N. Y. Univ., 1900. 

Marjorie Spaulding Wellington, b. Adams, Mass. ; c. r. Adams; 
p. r. 6 Liberty St., Adams; teacher, Adams, 1896—. 

MabEl Ella Welton, b. Cambridge, 111.; c. r. Cambridge; p. r. 
Cambridge; private sec'y, 1896 — . 

Clara Pray West, b. Waltham, Mass. ; c. r. E. Braintree, Mass ; 
p. r. E. Braintree ; teacher, Lakeville, Conn., 1899-1900. 



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Rosalie Winkler, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Milwaukee; p. r. 131 
nth St., Milwaukee; teacher, Iron Mountain, Mich., 1898-1900. 

Laura Winnington, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 419 Herki- 
mer St. , Brooklyn ; sec'y, Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences, 
1896-8, New York, 1898—. 

Helen Thirza Wood, b. Framingham, Mass. ; c. r. S. Framing- 
ham, Mass. ; p. r. 16 Beech St., S. Framingham; grad. scholar, 
Vassar Coll., 1896-7 ; teacher, Lisle, 1898-9, Philadelphia, 1899- 
1900; A.M., Vassar, 1898. 

Bertha Kedzie Young, b. Hackettstown, N. J. ; c. r. Hacketts- 
town; p. r. Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass; teacher, Norton, 
1896—. 

* 

1897 

Laura Victoria Alexander, b. Oswego ; c. r. Oswego ; p. r. 14 
Bronson St., Oswego; teacher, Oswego, 1898 — . 

Helen Elona Anderson, b. Tecumseh, Mich. ; c. r. Tecumseh;p. 
r. Tecumseh; teacher, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 1897-8, Jackson- 
ville, 111., 1898-9. 

Mildred Walker Anderson, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; 
p. r. 210 W. Oak St., Louisville; tutor. 

Katharine Trafford Applegate, b. Red Bank, N. J.; c. r. Red 
Bank ; p. r. Red Bank. 

Elisabeth Bushnell Atkinson, b. Appleton, Wis. ;c. r. Brooklyn; 
p. r. 47 Strong PI., Brooklyn; m. A. E. Hinrichs, Oct. 20, 189S; 
1 son. 

Mary Evans Bailie, b. McKeesport, Pa. ; c. r. McKeesport and 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; p. r. McKeesport; tutor, 1897 — . 

Emma Lester Baker, b. Providence, R. I. ; c. r. Barrington, R. I. ; 
p. r. 339 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn ; teacher, Providence, 189S- 
9, Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 1 899-1900. 

Elinor Lydia Baldwin, b. Chula, Va. ; c. r. Milford, Del. ; p. r. 
Milford; asst. in laboratory, Vassar Coll., 1897-8; teacher, En- 
glewood, N. J., 1 898-1900. 

Harriet Elizabeth Beard, b. Syracuse; c, r. Brooklyn; p. r. 
Norwalk, Conn. ; teacher, Ithaca, 1897-8, Norwnlk. [898 — . 



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Frances Agnes Beckwith, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. 46 E. 21st 
St., New York; teacher, New York, 1897 — . 

Mary Kendrick Benedict, b. Rochester ; c. r. Cincinnati, O. ; p. 
r. 3461 Brookline Ave., Cincinnati; tutor, Pittsburg, 1897-9. 

Flora Belle Bernkopf, b. Wellsboro, Pa. ; c. r. Wellsboro; p. r. 
Wellsboro. 

Elizabeth Loraine Bishop, b. Hannibal, Mo. ; c. r. Detroit, 
Mich.; p. r. 74 Pitcher St., Detroit; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 
1897-8; teacher, Detroit, 1898—; A.M., Vassar, 1898. 

Helen Louise Bishop, b. Hannibal, Mo. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich. ; p. 
r. 74 Pitcher St., Detroit; teacher, Covington, Ind., 1898-9; stu- 
dent, Michigan Univ., 1899-1900. 

Amy C. Bowman, b. Lebanon, Pa.; c. r. Philadelphia, Pa. ; p. r. 
1618 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia; teacher, Philadelphia, 

1897- 9. 

Anna Priscilla Braislin, b. Crosswicks, N. J. ; c. r. Crosswicks; 
p. r. 27 Monroe St., Brooklyn ; teacher, Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 

1898— . 

Rosamond Renwick Brevoort, b. Florence, Italy; c. r. Yonkers; 
p. r. 390 N. Broadway, Yonkers. 

Mary Hannah Brigham, b. Le Roy; c. r. Canisteo; p. r. Addison ; 
m. C. V. June, Oct. 20, 1897; 1 son. 

Emma Catharine Brill, c. r. Hazleton, Pa. 

Gertrude Fuller Brittain, b. Willistown, Pa. ; c r. Montclair, 
N. J. ; p. r. 58 Elmwood Ave., Montclair; teacher. 

Clara Kingsley Brown, b. Syracuse; c. r. Syracuse; p. r. 306 
Waverly PI. , Syracuse ; teacher, New York, 1897-8, Syracuse, 
1898—. 

Anna Terressa Burchard, b. Hamilton ; c. r. Hamilton ; p. r. 
Sidney; teacher, Sidney, 1897 — . 

Jean Edgar Burnet, b. Susquehanna, Pa. ; c. r. New York; p. r. 
104 W. 85th St., New York; teacher, New York Nor. Coll., 
1 897-1900. 

Mary Elizabeth Chambers, b. New York; c. r. Bronxville; p. r. 
Bronxville; m. W. C. Hawkins, Dec. 29, 1898; 1 son. 



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Alice Belle Chandler, b. Middlesex, Vt. ; c. r. St. Albans, Vt. ; 
p. r. St. Albans. 

Marietta Pearsons Chapin, b. Ft. Dodge, la. ; c. r. Evanston, 
111. ; p. r. 1632 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Annie Borden Chase, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River; p. r. 
Fall River. 

Mabel Louise Chesley, b. Malone ; c. r. Malone ; p. r. Malone ; 
teacher, Utica, 1898-9, Newark, 1 899-1900. 

Adelaide Claflin, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland ; p. r. 446 
Dunham Ave., Cleveland; tutor, Cleveland, 1897-8; teacher, 
Greenwich, Conn., 1898-9; secretary, Cleveland, 1899 — . 

Martha Miller Clark, b. Aurora, 111. ; c. r. Rochester and Brook- 
lyn; p. r. 335 State St., Brooklyn; grad. scholar, VassarColl., 
1897-8; teacher, Hummelstown, Pa., 1898-9, New York, 1899 — ; 
A.M., Vassar, 1898. 

Gratia Clough, c. r. Evanston, 111. ; p. r. Ongole, Madras, India. 

Harriet Betts Comstock, b. Walton; c. r. Cooperstown and 
Wilton, Conn; p. r. N. Wilton, Conn.; teacher, New Haven, 
1897-. 

Bertha Cook, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. New Brighton and Tarry- 
town; p. r. Tarrytown; m. H. S. Thayer, Oct. 8, 1898. 

Eva May Craig, b. Ghent, Ky. ; c. r. Vevay, Ind. ; p. r. Vevay. 

Edith Crane, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Cincinnati; p. r. 2413 Au- 
burn Ave. , Cincinnati. 

Florence May Crosby, b. New Rochelle ; c. r. New Rochelle ; p. 
r. 38 Trinity PI. , New Rochelle; teacher, New Rochelle, 1899- 
1900. 

Sarah Eleanor Dudley, b. Pleasureville, Ky. ; c. r. Pleasure- 
ville; p. r. Pleasureville; teacher, Louisville, Ky. ; resident of 
social settlement. 

Makv Gardiner Dunning, b. Auburn; c, r. Auburn; p. r. 4Grovei 
St., Auburn. 

X A lice Freeborn Easton, 1>. Pall River, Mass.; c. r. Pall River; 
d. Kail River. Mar. 19, [899. 



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Eloise Ellery, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 21 Rutgers 
St., Rochester; Babbott fellow, Cornell Univ., 1897-8, student, 
Cornell Univ., 1898-9, European fellow, A. C. A., Paris, 1899- 
1900. 

Nellie I. Idylyne Ferrell, b. Columbus, O. ; c. r. Columbus; p. 
r. 78 Capitol Square, Columbus. 

Grace Margaret Gallaher, b. New York; c. r. Essex, Conn. ; p. 
r. Essex; teacher, Bridgeport, Conn, 1899-1900; p. Vassar 
Stories, magazine stories and articles. 

Isabel Frances Goodrich, c. r. Delhi. 

Honoria Elizabeth Granniss, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Foxon, 
Conn.; p. r. Charleroi, Pa.; m. J. K. Johnston, Oct. 18, 1899; 
teacher, Charleroi, 1897-9. 

Edith Greeley, b. Honesdale, Pa. ; c. r. Scranton, Pa. ; p. r. 
Cherry Valley; m. H. C. Plum, June 15, 1897; 1 daughter. 

Maude Vernette Griffin, b. Cold Spring ; c. r. Danbury, Conn. ; 
p. r. 24 Orchard St., Danbury. 

Elizabeth Guyer, b. Waverly ; c. r. Waverly ; p. r. Waverly ; 
teacher, Springfield, Mass., 1897 — . 

Caroline Hyde Hardin, b. Beirut, Syria; c. r. Beirut; p. r. 
Beirut; teacher, Suq el Ghurb, Lebanon, 1898 — . 

Elizabeth Hallock Hazeltine, b. Easton, Pa. ; c. r. Jamestown ; 
p. r. 226 Winsor St., Jamestown; student, Wellesley Coll., 1897 
-8; teacher, N. Tonawanda, 1898—; A.M., Wellesley, 1900; p. 
contributions to magazines. 

Mary Magdalene Hecker, b. Allentown, Pa. ; c. r. Allentown ; 
p. r. 222 N. Sixth St., Allentown. 

Anita Florence Hemmings, b. Boston, Mass.; c. r. Boston; p. r. 
9 Sussex St., Boston; cataloguer, Boston Pub. Lib., 1897 — . 

Rose Bartlett Heywood, b. Holyoke, Mass. ; c. r. Holyoke ; p. 
r. Northampton St., Holyoke. 

Medora Lambert Higgins, b. Geneva; c. r. Ticonderoga; p. r. 
Ticonderoga. 

Lillian Chapman Hommel, b. Saugerties ; c. r. Port Jervis ; p. r. 
Port Jervis; teacher, Port Jervis, 1899-1900. 



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Emily Griswold Hooker, b. Middlebury, Vt. ; c. r. Winter Park, 
Fla. ; p. r. Marshfield, Mass. ; teacher, Brookline, Mass., 1897-8, 
Riegelsville, Pa., 1898-9; literary ass't, Boston, 1899-1900. 

Florence Hotchkiss, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. Evanston, 111. ; 
p. r. Geneva, 111. ; m. Philip Harvey, May 12, 1900; p. Carlyle's 
Dramatic Portrayal of Character, The Century. 

Katie Olive Hutchinson, b. S. Norwalk, Conn. ; c. r. S. Norwalk; 
p, r. 12 High St., S. Norwalk. 

Vassie James, b. Kansas City, Mo.; c. r. Kansas City; p. r. 3204 
Flora Ave., Kansas City; m. H. C. Ward, Oct. 26, 1898; 1 son. 

Winifred Margaretta Kirkland, b. Columbia, Pa. ; c. r. New 
Berlin; p. r. New Berlin; teacher, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1897-9; 
student, Bryn Mawr Coll. , 1898-9, grad. scholar, Bryn Mawr 
Coll., 1 899-1900. 

Grace Hannah Landfield, b. Newark Valley; c. r. Binghamton; 
p. r. 34 Stuyvesant St., Binghamton; teacher, Binghamton, 
1 898-1900. 

Emily Marian Lapham, b. Canandaigua; c. r. Canandaigua; p. r. 
Canandaigua; clerk, surrogate's court, 1897-8; tutor, Egypt 
Mills, Pa., 1899-1900. 

Edna Irene Lawrence, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. 
Dover Bay, O. ; m. F. R. Fuller, Sept. 28, 1898. 

Mary Elizabeth Leverett, b. Orange, N. J. ; c. r. Binghamton ; 
p. r. Binghamton. 

Hortense Witter Lewis, b. New York; c. r. Mt. Vernon; p. r. 
233 Broadway, Lawrence, Mass.; student, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
\]/ z yrs. ; analytical chemist, Lawrence, Mass., 1900. 

Eliza Mary Lord, b. Middlebury, Vt. ; c. r. Stafford and Burnt 
Hills; p. r. Burnt Hills; teacher, Pelham Manor, 1897 — . 

Lillian Lovejoy, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkecpsie ; p. r. 1 1 
Lafayette PI., Poughkeepsie. 

Nancy Vincent McClelland, b. Poughkecpsie ; c. r. Poughkecp- 
sie; p. r. Philadelphia, Pa. ; reporter, Philadelphia, 1S97— ; Red 
Cross nurse, Sept. and Oct. 1898; p. stories, articles and poems 
in periodicals ; editorial work. 



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Mary Mabel McMahon, b. Chicora, Pa. ; c. r. Bradford, Pa. ; p. 
r. 43 Jackson Ave. , Bradford; teacher, Astoria, 1897 — . 

Jean Ferguson McNair, b. Hazelton, Pa. ; c. r. Hazleton ; p. r. 
154 N. Church St., Hazleton ; student, training school for nurses, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Florence Cordelia Mallon, b. Malone; c. r. Malone; p. r. Ma- 
lone. 

Mary Merrill, b. Waterville, Me. ; c. r. Rochester; p. r. Waring, 
Tex. ; teacher, Welfare, Tex., 1898-9, tutor, Waring, 1899-1900. 

Belah Meyers, b. Cape Girardeau, Mo. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 
504 Fullerton Ave., Chicago; teacher, Chicago, 1899-1900. 

Ella Emilie Miersch, b. Allegheny, Pa.; c. r. Allegheny; p. r. 
23 Everett St., Southbridge, Mass.; student, N. Y. S. Lib. 
School, Albany, 2 yrs. ; librarian, Southbridge Pub. Lib., 1S99 — . 

Edna Virginia Moffett, b. Richmond, Va. ; c. r. Richmond; p. 
r. Farmville, Va. ; teacher, Farmville, 1 897-1 900. 

Harriet Camilla Neef, b. Switzerland; c. r. Elmira; p. r. 452 
W. Water St., Elmira. 

Antoinette Newell, b. Bristol, Conn. ; c. r. Bristol; p. r. 33 High 
St., Bristol. 

Irene Edwards Patterson, b. Franklin, Ky. ; c. r. Franklin; p. 
r. Franklin. 

Helen Peters, b. Buffalo; c. r. Cincinnati, O. ; p. r. 156 W. 81st 
St., New York; m. Dr. Charlton Wallace, Dec. 19, 1899. 

Sara Jay Phillips, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 56 Summer 
St., Stamford, Conn.; teacher, Stamford, 1899-1900; A.M., Col- 
umbia, 1899. 

Sara Fairchild Platt, b. Englewood, N. J. ; c. r. Englewood; 
p. r. Englewood. 

Anna Warner Post, b. Oswego; c. r. Oswego; p. r. 118 E. 3rd 
St., Oswego; grad. of State Nor. School, Oswego, 1900. 

Florence Caroline Powell, c. r. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Marie Reimer, b. Sunbury, Pa. ; c. r. E. Aurora; p. r. E Aurora; 
grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1897-8; ass't in chem. lab., Vassar 
Coll., 1898-9; fellow, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1899-1900. 



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Anna Gertrude Richey, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Allegheny; p. r. 
330 North Ave., E., Allegheny; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 
1897-8. 

Alice Wellington Sawyer, b. Jacksonville, Fla. ; c. r. Jackson- 
ville; p. r. 431 E. First St., Jacksonville; teacher, Garden City. 

Rachel Capen Schauffler, c. r. Cleveland, O. 

Marion Schibsby, b. Hjorring, Denmark ; c. r. Omaha, Neb. ; p. 
r. 5831 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. ; teacher, Chicago, 1898-1900; 
student, Univ. of Chicago, 1 897-1900. 

Julia Augusta Scofield, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Penn Yan; 
p. r. Penn Yan; m. H. S. Harron, Mar. 27, 1898; editorial work, 
Penn Yan. 

Beatrice Shaw, b. Paterson, N. J. ; c. r. Paterson ; p. r. 196 El- 
lison St., Paterson; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll. , 1897-8 ; teacher, 
Poughkeepsie, 1898-1900. 

Gertrude Smith, b. Portland, Me. ; c. r. Woodfords, Me. ; p. r. 
Woodfords ; teacher, Portland, 1897-9, Englewood, N. J., 
1 899-1900. 

Sallie Baker Staton, b. Tarboro, N. C. ; c. r. Tarboro ; p. r. 
Tarboro; teacher, Tarboro, 1897 — . 

Alice Hermione Storke, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 5130 
Westminster St. , Pittsburg, Pa.; m. CO. Holmes, June 14, 
1899. 

Grace Clark Straight, b. Wilcox, Pa. ; c. r. Bradford, Pa. ; p. r. 
184 South Ave., Bradford; teacher, Cherry Valley, 1899 — . 

Louise Clinton Taylor, b. S. Orange, N.J. ; c. r. S. Orange; p. r. 
103 Scotland Road, S. Orange; student, New York, 1898-9; A. 
M., New York Univ., 1899. 

Jessie Isabelle Thain, b. Dundee, 111. ; c. r. Omaha, Neb. ; p. r. 
212 Home Ave., Oak Park, 111.; teacher, Ripon Coll., feipon, 
Wis., 1897-9, Clinton, la., 1889 — . 

Ida Carleton Thallon, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. Brook- 
lyn; teacher, Brooklyn, 1898-9; student, Amer. School, Athens, 
1 899-1 900. 

Emma Cleora Thornton, b, Fleming; c. r. Auburn; p. r, Mora- 
via; teacher, Onconta, 1897-S, Schuylerville, [898-IOOa 



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Belle Louise Tiffany, b. Fredonia; c. r. Fredonia; p. r. Fredo 
nia; teacher, 1898 — . 

Maidee MacWhorter Traver, b. Oswego; c. r. Memphis, Tenn., 
Saratoga ; p. r. 800 Fifth St. , Minneapolis, Minn. ; teacher, E. 
Minneapolis, 1897 — ; student, Univ. of Minn., 1898-9. 

Grace Benedict Tweedy, b. Danbury, Conn. ; c. r. Danbury; p. 
r. Danbury; teacher, Bordentown, N. J., 1897-1900. 

Carolyn Parker Verhoeff, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; 
p. r. 825 Second St., Louisville; student in kindergarten train- 
ing school, Louisville. 

Grace May Warner, b. Rock Island, 111. ; c. r. St. Paul, Minn. ; 
p. r. 2832 Fifth Ave., Rock Island, 111. ; tutor, St. Paul, 1897-8, 
Paris, 1898-9, Rock Island, 1 899-1 900. 

Bertha Belle Whitney, b. Bethel, Conn. ; c. r. Bethel ; p. r. 
Bethel ; teacher, Norwalk, Conn. 

Alice Whiton, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 611 Nostrand 
Ave., Brooklyn; m. W. D. Ferres, Aug. 18, 1897; 1 son; teach- 
er, 1897-8. 

Annie Lyndesay Wilkinson, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Germantown, 
Pa. ; p. r. 431 W. Chelten Ave., Germantown, Pa. ; grad. schol- 
ar, Vassar Coll., 1897-8; Babbott fellow, Bryn Mawr Coll. , 1898- 
9; fellow, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1899-1900; A.M., Vassar, 1S98. 

1898 

Mary Belle Ackerly, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 32 Montgomery St. , Poughkeepsie ; library work, New York, 
1898-9; office work, New York, 1899-1900. 

Isabel Adams, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago ; p. r. 530 Belden 
Ave., Chicago. 

Marian Chapin Bagg, b. W. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. W. Spring- 
field; p. r. W. Springfield; student, Germany, 1899-1900. 

Harriet Nevius Ballance, b. Peoria, 111. ; c. r. Peoria; p. r. 216 
Randolph Ave., Peoria; med. student, Northwestern Univ., 
1 898-1900. 

Naniekeith Bean, b. Dayton, Ky. ; c r. St. Joseph and Benton 
Harbor, Mich. ; p. r. 502 Broad St. , St. Joseph. 



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Katharine Fisher Belcher, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. Newark ; p. 
r, 90 Clinton Ave., Newark; teacher, Newark, 1898 — . 

Eleanor Belknap, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; p. r. 406 
W. Ormsby Ave. , Louisville. 

Mabel Reed Benway_, b. Norwich; c. r. Albany; p. r. 132 West- 
ern Ave., Albany; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1898-9; student, 
Nor. Coll., Albany, 1899-1900. 

Mabelle Alma Blanchard, b. Columbia; c. r. White Creek and 
Benson, Vt. ; p. r. Round Lake. 

Katharine Blunt, b. Philadelphia, Pa.; c. r. Watervliet Arsenal, 
and Rock Island Arsenal, 111. ; p. r. Rock Island Arsenal ; 
teacher, Davenport, la., 1898-9. 

Fanny Borden, b. Fall River, Mass.; c. r. Fall River; p. r. 618 
Rock St., Fall River; student, N. Y. S. Lib. School, Albany, 
1898-1900. 

Louise Brink, b. Katsbaan ; c. r. Katsbaan and Kingston ; p. r. 
Amoy, China; missionary, Amoy, 1899 — . 

Elizabeth Broad, b. Buffalo ; c. r. Buffalo ; p. r. 260 Summer St. , 
Buffalo; teacher, Buffalo, 1898 — . 

Louise Armstrong Chamberlain, b. Chattanooga, Tenn. ; c. r. 
Chattanooga; p. r. 237 E. Terrace St., Chattanooga. 

Anna Whitman Clark, b. Binghamton; c. r. Binghamton; p. r. 
117 Henry St., Binghamton; teacher, Denver, Col., 1898-9, 
ass't, biol. lab., Colorado Coll., Colorado Springs, Col. 

Helen Adele Cobb, b. Cornwall-on-Hudson ; c. r. New Hamburgh 
and New York; p. r. 112 E. 25th St., New York; teacher, 1898 — . 

Bertha Crosley, b. Terre Haute, Ind. ; c. r. Norwich, Conn. ; p. 
r. 308 E. 15th St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Helen Gertrude Davis, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Montclair, N. J. ; 
p. r. 9 James St. , Montclair. 

Anne Marjorie Day, b. Seekonk, Mass. ; c. r. Providence, R. I. ; 
p. r. 278 E. Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass.; teacher, Lowell, 
1898—. 

Mary Ama Deach, b. Groveland, 111. ; c. r. Peoria, 111. ; p. r. 
Howard Payne College, Fayette, Mo. ; teacher, Peoria. 189! 
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Mary Elizabeth De Lany, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago ; p. r. 
537 Cleveland Ave., Chicago; teacher, Chicago, 1900. 

Elizabeth Dennison Dwight, b. New Britain, Conn. ; c. r. Pough- 
keepsie; p. r. Poughkeepsie ; tutor, 1898 — . 

Lucretia Glover Eddy, b. Bay City, Mich. ; c. r. Bay City ; p. r. 
258 Washington Ave., Bay City. 

Mabel Ray Ferris, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Toledo, O. ; p. r. 2016 
Scottwood Ave. , Toledo. 

Nellie De Ette Freeman, b. Penfield ; c. r. Canandaigua ; p. r. 
21 Howell St., Canandaigua. 

Julia Grace Gardner, b. Towanda, Pa. ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
228 Church St., Poughkeepsie; stenographer, Vassar Coll., 
1899—. 

Grace Mabel Garvin, b. Winsted, Conn. ; c. r. Winsted; p. r. 160 
Williams Ave. , Winsted ; tutor, Winsted. 

Alice Newman Gibbons, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 97 
Ambrose St., Rochester; teacher, Rochester, 1899 — . 

Ruby Seymour Gibbons, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 66 
University Ave. , Rochester. 

May Brace Granger, b. Hartford, Conn. ; c. r. Winsted, Conn. ; 
p. r. 15 Center St., Winsted; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1898- 
9; teacher, Keene, N. H., 1899 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1899. 

Helen Spriggs Greenwood, b. Glen Haven ; c. r. Syracuse ; p. r. 
222 Green St., Syracuse; teacher, Waterville. 

Alice Baker Guy, b. Middletown, Conn. ; c. r. Middletown ; p. r. 
Middletown. 

Helen Ives Haight, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. Auburn; stu- 
dent, Nor. Coll., Albany, 1898-9; teacher, Troy, 1899—. 

Fanny Hart, b. Charleston, S. C. ; c. r. Charleston ; p. r. 843 
West End Ave., New York. 

Phebe Annette Hatfield, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. Utica; 
teacher, Saratoga, 1898 — . 

Grace Irene Haviland, b. Ridgefield, Conn. ; c. r. S. Norwalk, 
Conn. ; p. r. S. Norwalk ; tutor. 



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Lucy Belle Hemphill, b. Columbia, S. C. ; c. r. Louisville, Ky. ; 
p. r. 817 Second St., Louisville; tutor, 1898-1900. 

Helen Maude Hequembourg, b. Dunkirk; c. r. Dunkirk; p. r. 
733 Central Ave., Dunkirk; teacher, Fredonia, 1899-1900. 

Jessie Bell Howard, b. Geneseo; c. r. Rochester; p. r. Charlotte; 
teacher, Charlotte, 1898 — . 

Edna Lodema Howe, c. r. Trumansburg. 

Emily Hubbard Jaques, b. Ashtabula, O. ; c. r. Ashtabula; p. r. 
Lisbon, O. ; m. Rev. C. W. Naumann, Dec. 29, 1898. 

Martha Scott Jarnagin, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Mossy Creek, 
Tenn. ; p. r. Mossy Creek. 

Dora Evelyn Jefferson, b. Woodstock, 111. ; c. r. St. Paul, 
Minn. ; p. r. 276 Summit Ave., St. Paul. 

Ella Virginia Jones, b. Mike, Va. ; c. r. Morris Church, Va. ; p. 
r. Emma Willard School, Troy ; teacher, Hardin Coll. , Mexico, 
Mo., 1895-6, 1898-9, Troy, 1 899-1900. 

Lucretia Barnard Justice, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Philadel- 
phia; p. r. 5014 Parkside Ave., Philadelphia. 

Alice Kauffman, b. Des Moines, la. ; c. r. Des Moines; p. r. 11 17 
Pleasant St., Des Moines; m. H. H. Polk, Jan. 3, 1900. 

Katharine Pelham Larrabee, b. Portland, Me. ; c. r. Portland ; 
p. r. 27 Deering St. , Portland. 

Phebe Durfee Lovell, b. New York; c. r. Plainfield, N. J. ; p. r. 
112 Crescent Ave., Plainfield. 

Rosemary McCall, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. 114 John St., 
Utica; Pd.B., 1899. 

Maria Cox McCarty, b. Gouverneur; c. r. Gouverneur; p. r. 
Gouverneur; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll. , 1898-9, teacher, Gouv- 
erneur, 1899 — ; A.M., Vassar, 1899. 

Mary MacColl, c. r. Caledonia ; p. r. Caledonia ; teacher, Strat- 
ford, Conn. 

Roberta McCulloch, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c r. St. Louis; p. r. St. 
Louis; student, Geneva, Switzerland, 1899-1900. 



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Alice Clymer Macfarlane, b. W. Virginia; c. r. Louisville, 
Ky. ; p. r. Clarkesville, Tenn. 

Fanny Lee McKinney, b. Binghamton; c. r. Bingham ton ; p.-r. 99 
Henry St., Binghamton. 

Mary Barrere Mahan, b. Duluth, Minn. ; c. r. St. Paul, Minn. ; p. 
r « 353 W. 117th St., New York; m. E. L. Dougherty, July 20, 
1898 ; 1 daughter. 

Grace Isabel Maltman, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago; p. r. 75 
Lake View Ave. , Chicago. 

Jane Catharine Marsh, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield; 
p. r. 746 State St, Springfield; m. E. S. Lewis, Sept. i, 1899. 

Florence Almenia Maynard, b. Cambridge, Mass. ; c. r. Spring- 
field, Mass. ; p. r. 69 Andrew St., Springfield. 

Mary Holmes Morgan, b. Pittsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Williamsport, Pa. ; 
p. r. 705 Ivy St., Pittsburgh; teacher, Pittsburgh, 1898 — . 

Sara Hamilton Morris, b. Pittsburgh, Pa.; c. r. Pittsburgh; p. 
r. 200 Lexington Ave. , Pittsburgh. 

Helen Ely Mount, b. Milhurst, N. J. ; c. r. Freehold, N. J. ; p. r. 
Freehold. 

Jane Robb Murdoch, b. Pittsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburgh ; p. r. 
3905 Forbes St., Pittsburgh. 

Susan Whittlesey Norton, b. Elmira ; c. r. Peru, Neb. and War- 
rensburg, Mo. ; p. r. Madison, S. D. ; teacher, Warrensburg, 
1898-9, Madison, 1899 — . 

Florence White Olivet, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; 
p. r. 261 Mill St., Poughkeepsie. 

Alice Bennet Parker, b. Moravia ; c. r. Louisville, Ky. ; p. r. 
Louisville ; teacher, Batavia, 1899 — . 

Louise Ellen Potter, c. r. W. Winsted, Conn. 

Laura Owen Rice, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c r. Cambridge, Mass. ; 
p. r. 156 Harvard St., Springfield. 

Louise Robbins, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Nyack ; p. r. Nyack. 

Ethel May Serviss, b. Closter, N. J. ; c. r. Closter; p. r. Closter; 
m. D. D. Ackerman, June 22, 1899; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 
1898-9. 



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133 



Bina Seymour, b. Florence, Neb. ; c. r. Rockville, Conn. ; p. r. 238 

Pine St. , Springfield, Mass. 
Sarah Fletcher Sheppard, b. Perm Yan ; c. r. Penn Yan ; p. r. 

Penn Yan. 

Lizzie May Simpson, b. Mexico ; c. r. Mexico ; p. r. Mexico ; grad. 
scholar, Vassar Coll., 1898-9; A.M., Vassar, 1899. 

Josephine Wheeler Sleight, b. LaGrange; c. r. LaGrange; p. 
r. LaGrange; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1899 — ; Pd. B. , Albany 
Nor. Coll., 1899. 

Alice Harlow Smith, b. Goshen ; c. r. Montgomery ; p. r. Mont- 
gomery. 

Nellie May Smith, b. Brooklyn; c. r. New York; p. r. 316 W. 
77th St., New York. 

Norma May Squires, b. Manchester, Conn. ; c. r. W. Haven, 
Conn. ; p. r. 200 Savin Ave. , W. Haven. 

Agnes Hayes Stone, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 87 Meigs 
St., Rochester. 

Mary Alice Taber, b. High Point, N. C. ; c. r. Sherwood ; p. r. 
Sherwood; teacher, Belleville, N. J., 1898-9, Mt. Vernon, 1899- 
1900. 

Florence Eunice Taylor, b. Hamilton ; c. r. Hamilton ; p. r. 
Hamilton. 

Bertha Alice Trembor, b. Freeport, 111. ; c. r. Freeport; p. r. 17S 
Washington St., Freeport. 

Emma Webster Turner ( Mrs. ), b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Bay City, 
Mich, and Kansas City, Mo.; p. r. 11 18 Forest Ave. , Kansas 
City;m. F. H. Turner, 1884; teacher, Detroit, 1878-S4. 

Grace L'Amoreaux Voorhees, b. Jordan; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 81 
Seymour St., Auburn; m. C. W. Storke, May 16, 1S99; 1 son. 

Edith Gillette Ward, b. St. Charles, 111. ; c. r. Evauston, 111. ; 
p. r. 1726 Hinman Ave., Evanston; tutor, 1899-1900. 

Amy Wentworth, b. Danvers, Mass.; c. r. Dorchester, Mass.; 
p. r. 46 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester; ass't in office of Boston 
Children's Aid Society. 

Helen Louise Whitman, b. Troy; c. r. Troy; p. r. Pawling Ave. . 
Troy. 



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Elizabeth Brinkley Wilkerson, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Mem- 
phis; p. r. 395 Poplar St., Memphis; governess, 1898-9, cata- 
loguer, Cossitt Lib., Memphis, 1899 — . 

1899- 

Beatrice Vail Abbott, b. Cornwall-on-Hudson ; c. r. Brooklyn ; 
p. r. Cornwall-on-Hudson. 

Carrie Gardner Abbott, c. r. Cleveland, O. 

Nellie Robinson Baker, b. Eddington, Me. ; c. r. Bangor, Me. ; 
p. r. 47 Elm St., Bangor; teacher, New York, 1899-1900. 

Rosa Mary Batchelor, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
33 W. 25th St. , New York. 

Bertha Bates, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. St. Louis; p. r. 3522 Wash- 
ington Ave., St. Louis; teacher, Owensboro, Ky., 1899-1900. 

Jane Belcher, b. Milan; c. r. New York; p. r. 11 Jane St., New 
York; teacher, Atlanta, Ga., 1 899-1900. 

Nellie Ruth Bidleman, b. Columbus, O. ; c. r. Columbus; p. r. 
283 E. State St., Columbus. 

Helen Blumenthal, b. Cincinnati, O. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 
3402 Vernon Ave. , Chicago. 

Eda C. Bowman, b. Lebanon, Pa. ; c. r. Philadelphia, Pa. ; p. r. 
1618 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia; grad. scholar, Vassar 
Coll., 1 899-1900; A.M., Vassar, 1900. 

Mary Boyd, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis; p. r. 359 Jeffer- 
son Ext., Memphis. 

Persis Mary Breed, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville; p. r. 1239 
Second St., Louisville. 

Mary Louise Brinckerhoff, b. New York; c. r. Mt. Vernon; p. 
r. 10 W. Fourth St., Mt. Vernon; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 
1 899-1900. 

Marou Sophia Brown, b. Boston, Mass. ; c. r. Boston ; p. r. 
Moore St., Belmont, Mass.; teacher, Elizabeth, N. J., 1899 — . 

Mabel Webster Brown, b. Knoxville, Tenn. ; c. r. Knoxville ; p. 
r. 121 8 Broadway, Knoxville. 



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Jane Alice Burnette, b. Clyde ; c. r. Clyde ; p. r. Clyde. 

Marjorie Burr, b. Riverdale-on-Hudson ; c. r. Williamstown, 
Mass. ; p. r. 176 W. 72nd St., New York; teacher, New York, 
1899—. 

Ethel Irene Burwell, b. Mercer, Pa. ; c. r. New Brunswick, N. 
J.; p. r. New Brunswick; teacher, New Brunswick, 1899-1900. 

Elizabeth Louise Burwell, b. Winsted, Conn. ; c. r. Winsted; p. 
r. 29 Bridge St. , Winsted. 

Marietta Ruth Busey, c. r. Urbana, 111. 

Laura Allene Chamberlin, b. Geneva, O. ; c. r. Geneva ; p. r. 
Geneva. 

Una Elizabeth Chandler, b. Rockford, 111. ; c. r. Gloucester, 
Mass.; p. r. 22 Mason St., Gloucester. 

Augusta Choate, b. Cochran, Ga. ; c. r. Atlanta, Ga. ; p. r. 133 
Peeples St., Atlanta; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1899-1900; A. 
M., Vassar, 1900; teacher, Atlanta, 1893-6. 

Alice Clarke, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Cleveland; p. r. Cleveland. 

Alice Belden Coles, b. Shawangunk ; c. r. Kingston ; p. r. 76 
Maiden Lane, Kingston ; student, kindergarten course, Teach- 
ers Coll., New York, 1899 — . 

Myra Georga Cook, b. Minneapolis, Minn. ; c. r. Minneapolis ; 
p. r. 307 Oak Grove St. , Minneapolis. 

Ellen Elizabeth Cotrael, b. Otto; c. r. Otto; p. r. Otto; stu- 
dent, kindergarten course, Washington, D. C, 1899-1900. 

Alice Bruen Crowell, b. Springfield, O. ; c. r. Springfield ; p. r. 
531 E. High St., Springfield. 

Helen Lee Davis, b. Moultonboro, N. H. ; c. r. Moultonboro; p. 
r. 74 W. 124th St., New York ; computer, astron. dep't, 
Columbia Univ., 1899 — . 

Mary Lucy De Frees, b. Goshen, Ind. ; c. r. Goshen; p. r. 212 S. 
Fifth St., Goshen; teacher, Goshen, 1899 — , 

Minerva Lewis De Land, b. Fairport; c. r. Fairport; p. r. Fair- 
port. 

Eleanor Ann De Lany, b. Chicago, 111.; c r. Chicago; p, r. 537 
Cleveland Ave. , Chicago. 



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Carrie Maud Dilatush, b. Robbinsville, N. J. ; c. r. Robbins- 
ville ; p. r. Robbinsville. 

Carolyn Augusta Dudley, b. Concord, N. H. ; c. r. Concord; p. 
r. 26 Thompson St., Concord; teacher, New York, 1899 — . 

Mary Edna Eastwood, b. Wilmington, Del. ; c. r. Albany, and 
Burlington, N. J.; p. r. Burlington; teacher, Bordentown, N. 
J., 1899-1900. 

Loraine Edson, b. Washington, D. C. ; c. r. Washington ; p. r. 
i7°5 Q St., Washington. 

Evarene Elting, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. Utica; teacher, 
Bound Brook, N. J., 1 899-1900. 

Virginia Field, b. Montreal, Can.; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 130. Lef- 
ferts PI., Brooklyn; teacher, Brooklyn, 1899-1900. 

Alice Parsons Fish, b. Waverly ;c. r. Waverly ; p. r. 151 Chemung 
St., Waverly. 

Alexandria Skene Fitzroy, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 42 
Third PL, Brooklyn; student, Brooklyn Training School for 
Teachers, 1 899-1 900. 

Isabella Graham Foster, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New 
Haven; p. r. 220 Orange St., "New Haven; student, Yale Univ., 
1899-Jan. 1900; teacher, Birmingham, Pa., 1900 — . 

Clarissa Louise Fowler, b. Corning; c. r. Olean; p. r. Tona- 
wanda; teacher, Tonawanda, 1899-1900. 

Mabel Mildred Fry, b. Rochester, Pa. ; c. r. Rochester ; p. r. 
Rochester. 

Marie Gertrude Fulton, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago ; p. r. 342 
Ashland Boul., Chicago. 

Emma Lou Garrett, b. Atlanta, Ga. ; c. r. Atlanta; p. r. 194 
Washington St. , Atlanta. 

Margaret Maud Gathright, b. Louisville, Ky. ; c. r. Louisville ; 
p. r. 155 1 Third Ave., Louisville. 

Lillian Gildersleeve, b. Denver, Col.; c. r. Denver; p. r. 1410 
Gilpin St., Denver; teacher, Denver, 1900. 

Sarah Georgiana Grant, c. r. St. Paul, Minn. 



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Florence Greer, b. Marietta, O. ; c. r. Chicago, 111. ; p. r. 296 
Ryerson St., Brooklyn. 

Mary Hallaran, b. Toledo, O. ; c. r. Toledo; p. r. 1203 Madison 
St., Toledo. 

Jean Hamilton, b. Oswego; c. r. Oswego; p. r. 138 W. Sixth 
St, Oswego; grad. scholar, VassarColl., 1899-1900. 

Hannah Vienna Harding, b. Gaines ; c. r. Gaines ; p. r. Gaines ; 
teacher, Stamford, 1899-1900. 

Louise Sanderson Hart, b. Albion ; c. r. Albion ; p. r. Albion. 

Claire Brace Hassler, c, r. Boston, Mass. 

Carolyn Gertrude Heywood, b. Holyoke, Mass. ; c. r. Holyoke; 
p. r. Holyoke; teacher, Batavia, 1899 — . 

Edith Hill, b. Medina ; c. r. Medina ; p. r. Medina ; teacher, Me- 
dina, 1 899-1 900. 

Mary Louise Hosmer, b. Oswego; c.r. Oswego; p. r. 146 E. Sixth 
St., Oswego. 

Helen Katharine Hoy, b. Albany; c. r. Albany; p. r. 584 Wes- 
tern Ave., Albany; teacher, S. Orange, N. J., 1899-1900; tutor, 
New York. 

Mary Eveline Hurlbut, b. Plainfield. N. J. ; c. r. New York ; p. 
r. 325 W. 101st St., New York; library work, Columbia Coll. 
lib., 1 899-1900. 

Emma Louisa Jacobus, b. Matawan, N. J. ; c. r. Springfield, 
Mass. ; p. r. 28 Wellesley St. , Springfield. 

Jane Eleanor James, b. Albany; c. r. Albany; p. r. 82 Chestnut 
St., Albany; teacher, Poughkeepsie, 1899 — . 

Annie Elizabeth Jenkins, b. Chicago, 111.; c. r. Evanston, 111.; 
p. r. 1632 Wesley Ave., Evanston. 

Leila Jknkins, b. Norristown, Pa. ; c. r. Norristown; p. r. 510 
Swede St., Norristown. 

Annie Calvkrt Jones, b. Vicksburg, Miss.; c. r. Vicksburg; p. r. 
419 Monroe St., Vicksburg. 

Agnes Roseburoh Kelly, b. Allegheny, Pa, ;c. r. Pittsburgh, Pa, . 
p. r. 500 Shady Lane, Pittsburgh. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



Clara Elizabeth King, b. New York; c. r. New York; p, r. 172 
W. 88th St., New York; student, New York Univ., 1899-1900. 

May Louise Kleberg, b. London, Eng. ; c. r. Brooklyn and New 
Rochelle ; p. r. Fryeburg, Me. ; m. Rev. E. H. Abbott, Sept. 28, 
1899. 

Sara Loeb, b. Ticonderoga ; c. r. Ticonderoga ; p. r. Ticonderoga. 

Cora Agnes McCaffrey, b. Oswego; c. r. Oswego; p. r. 41 W. 
Seneca St., Oswego; student, Oswego Nor. Sc., 1899-1900. 

Leila Durant McLeod, b. Batavia; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 429 
Clinton Ave., Brooklyn. 

Blanche Martin, b, Little Rock, Ark. ; c. r. Little Rock; p. r. 620 
Bishop St., Little Rock; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1899-1900; 
A.M., Vassar, 1900. 

Minnie Deane Mathewson, b. Avoca; c. r. Avoca; p. r. 237 Pros- 
pect Ave., Madison, Wis. ; stenographer, Univ. of Wis., 1899 — . 

Ruth Bartlett Mears, b. Amherst, Mass. ; c. r. Williamstown, 
Mass.; p. r. Williamstown; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1899- 
1900; A.M., Vassar, 1900. 

Adele Heyworth Merwin, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New Ha- 
ven ; p. r. 607 Whitney Ave. , New Haven ; teacher, New Ha- 
ven, 1899 — . 

Irene Mesick, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Little Falls; p. r. 556 Garden 
St., Little Falls. 

Alma Maynard Miller, b. Newtonia, Mo. ; c. r. Winfield, Kan. ; 
p. r. Winfield. 

Susan Gertrude Miller, b. Suffield, Conn. ; c. r. Suffield ; p. r. 
Suffield; teacher, Enfield, 1 899-1 900. 

Grace Morrill, b. Concord, N. H. ; c. r. Concord ; p. r. 8 S. State 
St., Concord. 

Regina Virginia Moser, b. New York ; c. r. New York, Brook- 
lyn and Baltimore, Md. ; p. r. 253 Evergreen Ave., Brooklyn; 
teacher, Brooklyn, 1 899-1900. 

Margaret Murray, b. S. Charleston, O. ; c. r. Kansas City, Mo. ; 
p. r. 1 12 1 Main St, Kansas City. 



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Elsa Nessenson, b. Rock Island, 111. ; c. r. St. Paul, Minn, and 
Tacoma, Wash.; p. r. 510 N. M St., Tacoma; teacher, Taco- 
ma, 1900. 

Elsie Nicols, b. St. Paul, Minn. ; c. r. St. Paul; p. r. 177 Nelson 
Ave., St. Paul; student, School of Housekeeping, Boston, Mass., 
1900. 

Mabel Lewis Patterson, b. Buffalo ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. 20 St. 
James PI., Brooklyn. 

Ednah Percy, b. Rochester; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 168 Troup St., 
Rochester; teacher, Rochester, 1899-1900. 

Julia Ensign Pettee, b. Lakeville, Conn. ; c. r. Salisbury, Conn. ; 
p. r. Salisbury; asst. in library, Vassar Coll., 1899 — . 

Lucy Elizabeth PrichArd, b. Catlettsburg, Ky. ; c. r. Catletts- 
burg; p. r. Sixth Ave. and nth St., Huntington, W. Va. ; teach- 
er, Huntington, 1 899-1900. 

Eleanor Knapp Ray, b. Franklin, Mass. ; c. r. Unionville, Mass. ; 
p. r. Unionville. 

Mabel Ray, b. Franklin, Mass. ; c. r. Franklin ; p. r. Franklin. 

Bertha Richardson, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 86 S. Ox- 
ford St., Brooklyn; grad. scholar, Vassar Coll., 1899-1900. 

Grace Hannah Robbins, b. St. Paul, Minn. ; c. r. St. Paul ; p. r. 
243 Summit Ave. , St. Paul. 

Rosamond Roberts, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 20 Cam- 
bridge PL, Brooklyn. 

Edith Sutherland Russell, b. New Haven, Conn. ; c. r. New 
Haven; p. r. 143 College St., New Haven; art student, Yale 
Univ., 1 899-1900. 

Harriet Bates Scofield, b. Bay City, Mich. ; c. r. Canandaigua ; 
p. r. Canandaigua; supply teacher, Canandaigua ; tutor, 1899- 
1900. 

Nathalie Smith, b. Newburgh; c. r. Newburgh; p. r. 254 Mont- 
gomery St., Newburgh; teacher, Newburgh, 1899 — • 

Susan Ellen Smith, c. r. York, Pa. ; m. C. E. Etnier, Feb. 6, 1900. 

Leila Clement Spaulding, b. Morristown, N. J. ; c r. New York ; 
p. r. E. 201st St., New York; student, Vassar Coll., 1899-1900. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Mabel Alberta Spicer, b. College Springs, la. ; c. r. Colorado 
Springs, Col.; p. r. 423 N. Weber St., Colorado Springs; p. 
short stories. 

Antoinette Burton Sprague, b. Toledo, O. ; c. r. Toledo; p. r. 
734 Superior St. , Toledo. 

Florence Emily Sprague, b. Toledo, O. ; c. r. Toledo; p. r. 734 
Superior St., Toledo. 

Mary Esty Stowell, b. Ithaca; c. r. Ithaca; p. r. 303 N. Aurora 
St., Ithaca. 

Alice Robinson Taggart, b. Newport, R. I. ; c. r. Newport ; p. r. 
272 Broadway, Newport ; student, Art Students' League, New 
York, 1 899-1900. 

Helen Dunbar Thompson, b. Piper City, 111. ; c r. Colorado 
Springs, Col.; p. r. 604 N. Spruce St., Colorado Springs; stu- 
dent, Vassar Coll., 1 899-1900. 

Bessie Marie Tompkins, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. 
r. 80 Lincoln Ave., Poughkeepsie; student, Vassar Coll., 1899- 
1900. 

Alta May Tozer, b. Naples; c. r. N. Bennington, Vt. ; p. r. N. 
Bennington; teacher, Cherry Valley, 1899 — . 

Phozb.e Kirkpatrick Truesdale, b. Youngstown, O. ; c. r. 
Youngstown; p. r. 742 Bryson St., Youngstown. 

Harriett Velma Turner, b. Camden, N. J.; c. r. Camden; p. r. 
4709 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Anna Seeley Tuttle, b. Columbus, O. ; c. r. Charlottesville, Va. ; 
p. r. Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville. 

Rachel Updegraff, b. McGregor, la.; c. r. McGregor; p. r. Mc- 
Gregor. 

Isabel Little Vanderslice, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. German- 
town, Pa. ; p. r. 436 Stafford St., Germantown. 

Anna Van Inwegen, b. Port Jervis; c. r. Port Jervis; p. r. 2S 
Cole St. , Port Jervis 

Marie Tallmadge Van Kleeck, b. Poughkeepsie; c. r. Pough- 
keepsie; p. r. 255 Mill St., Poughkeepsie. 



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Abby Huntington Ware, b. Ft. Scott, Kan. ; c. r. Topeka, Kan. ; 
p. r. 1 501 W. Sixth St., Topeka. 

Emma Aldrich Warner, b Granby, Mass. ; c. r. Centralia, 111. ; 
p. r. 320 St. James Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Ruth Wheeler, b. Plains, Pa. ; c. r. W. Pittston ; p. r. 305 Mont- 
gomery St., W. Pittston; teacher, W. Pittston, 1899—. 

Julia Frances Wicker, b. Ticonderoga; c. r. Ticonderoga; p. r. 
Ticonderoga; ass't, chem. lab., Vassar Coll., 1899-1900. 

Anabel Hodges Wilson, b. Waterville ; c. r. Waterville; p, r. 
Waterville. 

Florence Ella Wright, b. Elyria, O. ; c. r. Cleveland, O. ; p. r. 
739 Willson Ave., Cleveland. 

Mary Elizabeth Wylie, b. Brooklyn ; c. r. Brooklyn ; p. r. Brook- 
lyn; teacher, Pleasant Hill, Tenn., 1889, Babylon, 1891, Port 
Chester, 1892-3, Lakewood, N. J., 1900. 

1900 

Florence White Adlem, b. Red Bank, N. J.; c. r. Red Bank; 
p. r. 272 Broad St., Red Bank. 

Grace Andrews, b. Yonkers ; c. r. Yonkers ; p. r. 43 Hawthorne 
Ave., Yonkers. 

Josephine Medbury Angell, b. Leavenworth, Kan. ; c. r. Leaven- 
worth; p r. S. Broadway, Leavenworth. 

Estelle Rice Armstrong, b. Detroit, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit ; p. r. 
307 John R. St., Detroit. 

Violet Barnard, b. Saginaw, Mich. ; c r. Saginaw ; p. r. 200 
N. Hamilton St., Saginaw, W. S. 

Alice Prentice Barrows, b. Lowell, Mass. ; c. r. Lowell ; p. r. 
434 Fletcher St., Lowell. 

Louise Stevens Bartlett, b. Lynnfield, Mass. ; c r. Providence 
R. I. ; p. r. 103 S. Angell St., Providence. 

Katherine Crissey Baxter, b. Franklin Furnace, N. J. ; c r. 
Plainfield, N. J.; p. r. 93o Putiiam Ave., Plainfield. 



142 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Phebe Harriet Beadle, b. Lima; c. r. Rochester; p. r. 645 E. 
Main St., Rochester. 

Asenath Borden, b. Fall River, Mass. ; c. r. Fall River ; p. r. 
618 Rock St., Fall River. 

Mary Joy Bourne, b. Paterson, N. J.; c. r. New York; p. r. Ex- 
eter, N. H. 

Emma Bradley, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Chicago and New York ; p. 
r. 308 W. 93d St., New York. 

Annie Laird Branch, b. Augusta, Ga. ; c. r. Augusta; p. r. 610 
Greene St., Augusta. 

Florence Minerva Brownell, b. Hubbardsville; c. r. Hamilton; 
p. r. Hamilton. 

Margaret Budington, b. Kingston; c. r. Kingston; p. r. 31 Green 
St., Kingston. 

Alice Miriam Burnham, b. Hamilton ; c. r. Hamilton ; p. r. Ham- 
ilton. 

Anna Louise Cahn, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. go 
Kurfuersten Strasse, Berlin, Germany. 

Gertrude Mary Candler, b. Detroit, Mich.; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 
61 Garfield Ave., Detroit. 

Marie Belle Comstock, b. Alpena, Mich. ; c. r. Alpena ; p. r. 
Alpena. 

Elizabeth Brewster Corbin, b. McDonough ; c. r. Oxford ; p. r. 
Oxford. 

Irene Corcilius, b. Jamestown ; c. r. Jamestown ; p. r. 108 Cross- 
man St. , Jamestown. 

Harriet Bonney Cossar, b. Manchester, N. H. ; c. r. Manches- 
ter; p. r. Manchester. 

Annie Maria Crater, b. Freehold, N. J.; c. r. Freehold; p. r. 
Freehold. 

Eva Bottorff Dailey, b. Peoria, 111. ; c. r. Peoria; p. r. 319 N. 
Adams St. , Peoria. 

Alice Estep Davis, b. Pittsburg, Pa. ; c. r. Glenshaw, Pa. ; p. r. 
Glenshaw. 



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143 



Pauline Boyden Day, b. Springfield, Mass. ; c. r. Springfield; p. 
r. 265 State St., Springfield. 

Flora Grace Dean, b. Cortez, Nev. ; c. r. San Francisco, Cal. ; 
p. r. 1920 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. 

Bessie Louise De Graff, b. Detroit, Mich.; c. r. Detroit; p. r. 
568 Second Ave., Detroit. 

Rusha A. Huntington Dewey, b. Richford, Vt. ; c. r. St. Albans, 
Vt. ; p. r. 18 England St., St. Albans. 

Frances Dorrance, b. Wilkes Barre, Pa. ; c. r. Dorranceton, Pa. ; 
p. r. Dorranceton. 

Florence Chisholm Dowling, b. Cleveland, O. ; c. r. Toledo, O. ; 
p. r. Madison Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Margaret Dunning, b. Scarsdale; c. r. New York; p. r. no E. 
1 8th St., New York. 

Alice Louise Eiseman, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. St. Louis ; p. r. 
3237 Pine St., St. Louis. 

Caroline Parsons Ellsworth, b. Iowa Falls, la. ; c. r. Iowa 
Falls ; p. r. Iowa Falls. 

Mary Louise Eshenour, b. Geneva; c. r. Geneva; p. r. Geneva. 

Marion Pauline Ess, b. Kansas City, Mo.; c. r. Kansas City; 
p. r. 2416 Brooklyn Ave., Kansas City. 

Harriet Esther Ettenson, b. Leavenworth, Kan. ; c. r. Leaven- 
worth; p. r. 514 Pottawatomie St., Leavenworth. 

Lizbeth Dake Fairhead, b. Attica, Ind. ; c. r. Covington, Ky. ; p. 
r. 1537 Greenup St., Covington. 

Sadie Leslie Fowler, b. Sand Lake; c. r. Newark, N. J. ; p. r. 
759 Mt. Prospect Ave., Newark. 

Florence Hosmer French, b. Albany ; c. r. Albany ; p. r. 2 Leon- 
ard PI., Albany. 

Mary Frothingham, b. Ann Arbor, Mich. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich. ; 
p. r. 700 Woodward Ave. , Detroit. 

Helen Davis Gallagher, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 227 
Greene Ave., Brooklyn. 



144 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Daisy Gaus, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 497 Halsey St., 
Brooklyn. 

Elizabeth Graham, b. Memphis, Tenn. ; c. r. Memphis; p. r. 495 
Shelby St., Memphis. 

Ruth Winfreda Grefe, b. Des Moines, la. ; c. r. Des Moines ; p. 
r. Oakland Ave., Des Moines. 

Martha Grosvenor Harmon, b. Lebanon ; c. r. Hamilton ; p. r. 
Hamilton. 

Florence Harrah, b. Philadelphia; c. r. Philadelphia; p. r. 858 
*N. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

Alice Lena Havens, b. Denver, Col. ; c. r. Denver; p. r. 1821 Lin- 
coln Ave., Denver. 

Gertrude Booth Heard, b. Pittsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburgh; p. 
r. Mt. Washington, Pittsburgh. 

Helen Manville Henshaw, b. Clarinda, la. ; c. r. Des Moines, 
la. ; p. r. 1547 W. Fourth St., Des Moines. 

Mabel Louise Horst, b. Mamaroneck; c. r. Newark, N. J.; p. r. 
132 N. Seventh St., Newark. 

Edith Louise Hunter, b. Mamaroneck ; c. r. Norwalk, Conn. ; p. 
r. 141 East Ave., Norwalk. 

Lucinda Eliza Jeffrey, b. Littleton, Mass. ; c. r. Littleton; p. r. 
Littleton. 

Emily John, b. Meyersdale, Pa. ; c r. Johnstown, Pa. ; p. r. 
Johnstown. 

Emma Lawrence Johnson, b. Ocean Grove, N. J. ; c r. Asbury 
Park, N. J. ; p. r. no Grand Ave., Asbury Park. 

May Vivian Johnson, b. Lincolnton, N. C. ; c. r. Asheville, N. 
C; p. r. Danville, Va. 

Susan Forney Johnson, b. Lincolnton, N, C. ; c. r. Asheville; p. r. 
Danville, Va. 

Helen Burrowes Johnston, b. Philadelphia, Pa. ; c. r. Chicago, 
111. ; p. r. Chicago. 

Frances May Jones, b. Catskill ; c. r. Catskill ; p. r. Catskill. 



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145 



Mary Catherine Kauffman, b. Des Moines, la. ; c. r. Des 
Moines; p. r. 11 17 Pleasant St., Des Moines. 

Alice Underhill Lane, b. Millbrook ; c. r. Poughkeepsie ; p. r. 
Poughkeepsie. 

Marion Hortense Larsen, b. Chicago, 111. ; c. r. Manistee, Mich. ; 
p. r. 411 First St., Manistee. 

Susan Barbara Lent, b. Highland ; c. r. Highland ; p. r. High- 
land. 

Alma Mildred LeRoy, b. Manchester, la. ; c. r. Manchester ; 
p. r. Manchester. 

Harriet Bickmore Long, b. Tenant's Harbor, Me. ; c. r. Ten- 
ant's Harbor; p. r. Tenant's Harbor. 

Mary Lovett, b. Little Silver, N. J. ; c. r. Red Bank, N. J. ; p. r. 
191 Broad St., Red Bank. 

Susan Elizabeth McMahon, b. Limestone ; c. r. Bradford, Pa. ; 
p. r. Bradford. 

Laila Marsalis, b. Dallas, Tex.; c. r. New York; p. r. 1 W. 81st 
St., New York. 

Edith Somerville Merritt, b. Newark, N. J. ; c. r. Newark ; p. 
r. 80 Third Ave., Newark. 

Alma Frederica Molwitz, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 
118 W. 87th St., New York. 

Laura Angela Moriarty, b. Elmira; c. r, Albany; p. r. 17 Lake 
Ave., Albany. 

Leocadia Matilda Muckenhoupt, b. Poughkeepsie ; c. r. Pough- 
keepsie; p. r. 148 Main St., Poughkeepsie. 

Annie Elise Nelson, b. Sing Sing; c. r. New York; p. r. 102 W. 
128th St., New York. 

Eunice Rockwood Oberly, b. Cairo, 111. , c. r. Washington, D. C. ; 
p. r. 629 Maryland Ave., N. E., Washington. 

Fanchon Eileen O'Connell, b. Fort Dodge, la. ; c. r. Fort Dodge 
and Washington, D. C. ; p. r. 2032 O St., N. W., Washington. 

Mabel Helen Onderdonk, b. Gaines; c. r. Poughkeepsie; p, r. 
Poughkeepsie, 



146 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Edith Crozier Packer, b. Trenton, N. J. ; c. r. Trenton ; p. r. 
79 N. Clinton Ave. , Trenton. 

Arria Hortense Page, b. Lynn, Mass. ; c. r. Braintree, Mass. ; 
p. r. Braintree. 

Jennie MacKay Payne, b. Richland, Neb. ; c. r. Flint, Mich. ; p. 
r. 814 Kearsley St., Flint. 

Grace Peake, b. Hampshire, 111. ; c. r. Rockford, 111. ; p. r. 526 
N. Court St , Rockford. 

Marie Thompson Perry, b, Rockford, 111. ; c r. Rockford ; p. r. 
325 S. First St., Rockford. 

Sophia Gleason Pierce, b. San Francisco, Cal. ; c. r. San Fran- 
cisco; p. r. 1730 Jackson St., San Francisco. 

Theresa Vinton Pierce, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Indianapo- 
lis; p. r. 141 5 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

Myra Winifred Plumb, b. St. Louis, Mo. ; c. r. Detroit, Mich. ; 
p. r. 931 Jefferson Ave., Detroit. 

Marie Maples Preston, b. Delhi ; c. r. Delhi ; p. r. Delhi. 

Cora Cecilia Quigley, b. Harrisburg, Pa. ; c. r. Harrisburg , 
p. r. 263 Boas St., Harrisburg. 

Elsie May Raitt, b. Patterson, la.; c. r. Newbiirgh; p. r. New- 
burgh. 

Maude Louise Ray, b. Franklin, Mass.; c. r. Franklin; p. r. 
Franklin. 

Grace Bertha Raymond, b. Charles City, la. ; c. r. Charles City ; 
p. r. Charles City. 

Rowena Reed, b. Washington, Cal. ; c. r. Sacramento, Cal. ; p. r. 
Sacramento. 

Ruth Raymond Richardson, b. Brooklyn; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 
86 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn. 

Winifred Morse Richardson, b. Angelica; c. r. Brooklyn; p. r. 
86 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn. 

Sara Agnes Riddell, b. Canisteo ; c. r. Canisteo ; p. r. Canisteo. 



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147 



Eleanor Kenrick Sampson, b. Newton, Mass. ; c. r. Portland, 
Me., and Germantown, Pa.; p. r. 627 E. Chelten Ave., Ger- 
mantown. 

Vilda Sauvage, b. Aberystwyth, South Wales; c. r. Newark, N. 
J.; p. r. 33 Saybrook PI., Newark. 

Anne Pym Savery, b. Wilmington, Del. ; c. r. Wilmington ; p. r. 
121 1 W. 8th St., Wilmington. 

Alice Barton Saville, b. Milwaukee, Wis. ; c. r. Denver, Col. ; 
p. r. 417 Kittredge Bld'g, Denver. 

Julia MacRae Scarborough, b. Rockdale, Tex. ; c. r. Austin, 
Tex. ; p. r. White's Ave. and W. 27th St., Austin. 

Mabel Pearson Schmidt, b. Indianapolis, Ind. ; c. r. Indianapo- 
lis; p. r. 2010 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. 

Henrietta Wilhelmina Segebarth, b. Dunkirk ; c. r. Dunkirk ; 
p. r. Dunkirk. 

Vance Shouse, b. Henderson, Ky. ; c. r. Henderson ; p. r. Hen- 
derson. 

Elsie Sidenberg, b. New York; c. r. New York; p. r. 157 W. 57th 
St., New York. 

Anna Maud Simanton, b. Asbury, N. J. ; c. r. Asbury ; p. r. 
Asbury. 

Emma Waldo Smith, b. Rangoon, Burma; c r. Newton Centre, 
Mass. ; p. r. 1181 Centre St., Newton Centre. 

Mary Delia Smith, b. York, Pa. ; c. r. York ; p. r, York, 

Grace Ione Spencer, b. Utica; c. r. Utica; p. r. 111 Oneida St., 
Utica. 

Mary Margaret Spratt, b. Ogdensburg; c. r. Ogdensburg; p. r. 
90 Washington St., Ogdensburg. 

Caroline Harris Stevens, b. Rochester; c r. Rochester; p. r. 
The Jenkinson, Rochester. 

Elsie DeRiemer Suffern, b. Dorchester, Mass, ; c. r. Plainfield, 
N. J.; p. r. 16 Sycamore Ave., Plainfield. 

Edna Woods Sutton, b. Allegheny, Pa. ; c. r. Pittsburgh, Pa, ; \\ 
r. 4919 Centre Ave., Pittsburgh. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



Julia Brainerd Tarbox, b. Batavia; c. r. Batavia; p. r. 400 E. 
Main St., Batavia. 

Elizabeth Berdan Taylor, b. S. Orange, N. J. ; c. r. S. Orange; 
p. r. 103 Scotland Road, S. Orange. 

Mary Elizabeth Temple, b. Seneca ; c. r. Seneca ; p. r. Seneca. 

Anna Dean Thorne, b. Shortsville ; c. r. Windham ; p. r. Wind- 
ham. 

Ida Alice Tourtellot, b. Fa 1 ! River, Mass. ; c. r. E. Derry, N. 
H. ; p. r. E. Derry. 

Isabel Bliss Trowbridge, b, London, Eng. ; c. r. Constantino- 
ple, Turkey; p. r. Constantinople. 

Gertrude Vaile, b. Kokomo, Ind. ; c. r. Denver, Col. ; p. r. 1610 
Emerson Ave., Denver. 

Lillian Wadsworth, b. Albany; c. r. Albany: p. r. 761 Madison 
Ave., Albany. 

Effie Serena Wagar, b. Lakewood, O. ; c. r. Lakewood; p. r. 
Mapleside, Lakewood. 

Adelaide Nettie Wallach, b. New York ; c. r. New York ; p. r. 
10 E. 80th St,, New York. 

Mabel Waller, b. Bloomsburgh, Pa. ; c. r. Indiana, Pa. ; p. r. 
Indiana. 

Louise Ware, b. Auburn; c. r. Auburn; p. r. 269 Seymour St., 
Auburn. 

Julia Manley Weeks, b. New York; c. r. New York; p, r. 789 
Madison Ave'., New York. 

Ruth Wells, b. Quincy, 111. ; c. r. Quincy; p. r. 335 S. 16th St., 
Quincy. 

Christel Whipple Wilkins, b. Longwood, Mass. ; c. r. Boston, 
Mass.; p. r. 366 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 



INDEX 



Abbey. 

'70. Mrs. E. A.—M. G. Mead. 
Abbot. 

'g 5 . E. 
'73- E. O. 

Abbott. 
'81. A. M. 
'gg. B. V. 
'99. C. G. 
'92. E. C. 

'gg. Mrs. E H.-U. L. Kleberg. 
'81. F. M. 
' 95 . H. E. 
'78. M. M. 
'94. M. W. 
Acer. 
'86. C. P. 

'84. K. A.— Mrs. E. Fulton. 
Acker. 
'95. M. K. 

'78. Mrs. M. M.—M. W. Clarke. 

ACKERLY. 

'89. J. 
'98. M. B. 

ACKERMAN. 

' 9 8. Mrs. D. D.—E. M. Serviss. 

ACKERT. 

'89. E. E.—Mrs. G. K. Meynen. 



Adams. 


'75- 


Mrs. C. D.-S. J. Kelley. 


'93- 


E. k. 


'77- 


F. A. 


'98. 


I. 


V- 


I. W.—Mrs. J. IV. Shepard 


'69. 


h.—Mrs. G. S Atvoood. 


'86. 


h.—Mrs. G. C. Noble. 


'84. 


M. E. 


'76. 


M. h.-Mrs. M. B. Kellogg. 


'95- 


Mrs. P. L.—A. J. Graham. 


Adee. 





'70. Mrs. D. G.—E. A. Skeel. 

ADKINS. 

'96. M. E. 



Adlem. 
1900. F. W. 
Agne. 

'g4- N. h.—Mrs. F. Carroll. 
Akin. 

'86. C. T. 
Aldrich. 

'80. K. E.—M rs. J. Y. F. Blake. 
Alexander. 

'80. Mrs. H. C.-H. C. Beringer. 

'97. L. V. 

'8g. V. 

Allan. 

'gg. Mrs G.—M. E. Gedney. 
Allen. 

'74- Mrs. G. IV.— h. J. McMillan 
'91. M. T. 

'74. Mrs. IV. H.—J. B. Capwell. 
Allison. 
' 95 . Mrs. W. H.—E. L. Smith. 

Allston. 
'75- N. 

Anderson. 
'96. B. B. 
'g 7 . H. E. 

'77. Mrs. J.— is. D. Watson. 

•8 9 . M. D. 

'8 7 . M. L. 

' 97 . M. W. 
Andrews. 

'75. Mrs. C. JV.—A. M. Dicker 
man. 

'94. E. M. 
1900. G. 

'79. I. E. 
Angell. 

'88. G. 

'73. It 

1900. J. M. 
Applegate. 
'gi. A.— Mrs. C. ft. A. W*gtt> 
'97. K.T. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



APPLETON. 

'90. J. G. 
ARBUCKLE. 

'92. A.— Mrs. F. C. Ward. 

Armstrong. 
1900. E. R. 

'80. H. C.—Mrs. W. Davies. 

'77. Mrs. H. F. Sheppard. 

'95. M. L. 

Arnold. 

'79. E. M. 

'74. H. 

'96. H. W. 

'95. K.L 
Atkinson. 

'97. E. B.—Mrs. A. E. Hinrichs. 

Atwater. 

'77. Mrs. E. S.—C. P. Swift. 

'87. L.J. 
Atwood. 

'69. Mrs. G. S.— L. Adams. 

Austin. 

'88. M. C.—Mrs. H. Clark. 

'95- S.L. 
Avery. 

'81. J. U—Mrs. W. W. Woodcock. 
'68. M. L. 

Babbitt. 
'82. Mrs. E. H.— -M. B. King. 

Babcock. 
'69. E. W.—Mrs. W. R. Brown. 

Backus. 
'73. Jfrj. T. /.— H. C. Hiscock. 

Bagg. 
' 9 8. M. C. 
'69. S. 

Bagley. 
'83. Mr s.J. N.—F. P. Cutler. 

Bailey. 
'80. A. T>.—Mrs. L. A. Bull. 

Bailie. 

'68. Mrs. J. W. — A. M. Evans. 
' 97 . M. E. 

Bain. 

'84. Mrs. W. H.-L. K. Smith. 



Baird. 

'79. M. F.—Mrs. H. Meyer. 
Baker. 

'68. A. L. — Mrs. J. F. Brooks. 
'97. E. L. 

'77. Mrs. F.—C. Le B. Johnson. 
'89. H. B. 

'68. Mrs. L.—M. V. Higinbotham. 
'89. M. B. 
'99. N. R. 
Balch. 

'91. Mrs. S. W.-C. E. Vickroy. 
Baldwin. 
'83. E. 

'97. E. Iy. 

'69. Mrs. G. C. Jr. — L. A. DeGol- 
yer. 

'83. R. J.— Mrs. E. R. Lewis. 
Ballance. 

'96. P. 

'98. H. N. 
Balmer. 

'76. Mrs. T.—B.. C. Pratt. 
Bancroft. 

'80. Mrs. E. A.—M. Healey. 
Banfield. 

'78. A. F.—Mrs. W. C. Davenport. 

'92. E. C. 

'79. H. P.— Mrs. W. S. Jackson. 
Banks. 

'80. E. J.— Mrs. R.J. Gibson. 

'96. H. S. 
Banning. 

'85. Mrs. L. G.—J. P. Clinton. 
Barber. 

'94. Mrs. A. W.—H. M. Wagar. 

'92. C. L.— Mrs. H. Spence. 
Barker. 

'84. L. A.— Mrs. J. A. Nesmith. . 
Barlow. 

'70. Mrs. &.—V. R. Crowe. 
Barnard. 
1900. V. 
Barnes. 

'96. C. A. W. 

'75. Mrs. G. T.—L. Sellers. 

'80. M. A.— Mrs. G. W. Knight. 

'80. Mrs. O. F.—M. L. Woodward. 



INDEX. 



151 



Barney. 

'82. Mrs. F. B.—M. E. Case. 
Barns. 

'94. E. B. 
Barnum. 

'81. C. C. 

'88. C. L. 

'86. Mrs. F. S— E. R. Foster. 
Barr. 

'79. L. M. 
BARRETT. 

'74. E. W.—Mrs. A. E. Macdonald. 
Barrows. 
1900. A. P. 
Bartholomew. 

'89. Mrs. N. C. — E. Hague. 
Bartlett. 

'73- A. A. 

'82. E.—Mrs. S. A. Howard. 
'94. E. B. 
1900. L. S. 

Barton. 

'75. S. C.—Mrs. G. A. Perry. 
Barus. 

'74. Mrs. C.—A. G. Howes. 
Bascom. 

'78. G.— Mrs. C. C. Darwin. 

Bassett. 
'83. Mrs. C. TV.—M. Cooley. 

Batchelor. 

'99. R. M. 
Bates. 

'99. B. 

'68. Mrs. J. M.S. M. Glazier. 

Baxter. 
1900. K. C. 

Bayliss. 
'96. L. 

Beach. 

'73. J. K.^Mrs. M. C. Gasper. 
'96. L.J. 

Beadle. 
1900. P. H. 

Bean. 
•98. N. 



Beard. 
'95. G. A. 
'97. H. E. 

'95. Mrs, W. M.—G. Carpenter. 
Beattie. 

'78. E.—Mrs. H. H. Farnum. 
Beauchamp. 

'85. Mrs. F.—B. C. Woods. 
Beck. 

'95. Mrs. H.—Gr. M. Snyder. 

BECKWITH. 
'68. E. R. 
'97. F. A. 

'96. Mrs. W. L.—E. L. Love. 
Beekman. 

'88. Mrs. W. L.—M. Rich. 
Beers. 

'94. L. E. 

'69. L. K.—Mrs. L.J. Bert helot de 
la Boileverie. 
Belcher. 

'93. F. S. 

'99- J- 

'98. K. F. 
Belden. 

'90. Mrs. J. H.-E. M. Clark. 
Belknap. 

'98. E. 
Bell. 

'81. Mrs. E. H.—C. N. Glenn. 
'73. J- E. 

'75. M. VJ.—Mrs. E. C. Ewing. 
Bellamy. 

'73. Mrs. F. P.-B. Wilder. 
Belville. 

' 73 . Mrs. W. S.—A. M. Chumar. 
Bemis. 

'88. C. B. — Mrs. W. Harrington. 
Benedict. 
'92. Mrs. F. G.—C. Golay. 
'97. M. K. 

'74. Mrs. W. M.— G. Dillingham. 
Bennet. 

'95. Mrs. W. S.-G. Witsehief. 
Bennett. 

' 9S . B. E. 

'74. J. S.— Mrs. E. II. Lord. 



152 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



BENNEY. 

'93. Mrs. A. B. — E. Neil. 
Bentley. 

'91. C. A. 

'79. E. YL.—Mrs. O. V. Stewart. 
Benton. 

'79. ~L.—Mrs. J. R. Owens. 
Benway. 

'98. M. R. 
Beringer. 

'80. H. C.—Mrs. H. C. Alexander. 
Berlin. 

'96. L. S.— Mrs. C. A. Rice. 
Bernard. 

'78. M. L. 

'83. S. C. 
Bernd. 

'94. F. 
Bernkopf. 

V F.B. 
Berry. 

'87. A. A.— Mrs. F. C. Southworth. 

Berthelot de la Boileverie. 
'69. Mrs. L.J.—h. K. Beers. 

Beziat de Bordes. 
'92. Mrs. A.—K. M. Bradley. 

BIDLEMAN. 

'99. N. R. 

BlERSTADT. 

'79. Mrs. O. A.— A. M. Turner. 

Bigelow. 

'74. Mrs. E. H.—A. E. Cutter. 

'75- O.—Mrs. B. F. Curtis. 
Bird. 

'74. C. A.— Mrs. J. C. Plimpton. 
Birnie. 
'69. Mrs. C. A.—S. Wright. 

Bishop. 
'97. E. L. 
'97. H. L. 

'67. Mrs. W. M.—K. A. Warner. 

Bishoprick. 
'94. C. D. 

Bissell. 
'75. Mrs. TV. P.—HL. B. Taylor. 



Black. 

'96. Mrs. D. S.—M. B. Johnson. 
Blackmar. 

'72. A. 
Blackwell. 

'88. C. M. 

'93. Mrs. IV. S.—A. Whitcomb. 
Blair. 

'70. Mrs. F. S.—S. E. Hoskins. 
'93- M. E. 
Blake. 
'80. J. D. 

'80. Mrs. J. Y. F.—K. E, Aldrich. 
'93. M. S.— Mrs. W. E. Milne. 
'79. S. T.—Mrs.J. H. Drum?nond. 
Jr. 

Blanchard. 

•84. A. 

'98. M. A. 
Blatch. 

'78. Mrs. W. H. — H. E. Stanton. 
Blatchley. 

'68. S. L. 
Bliss. 

'77. G. B.—Mrs. P. M. Snyder. 

'77. L. A. 
Blodgett. 

'95. C. E.—Mrs. IV. M. Goodwin. 

'84. Mrs. J. IV.— M. A. Cumnock. 
Blumenthal. 

'99. H. 
Blunt. 

'98. K. 

Bonbright. 
'69. M. M.— Mrs. F. A. Majian. 

Bond. 

'78. L. T.~ Mrs. W. H. Sweatt. 
'79. M. R. 

'89. Mrs. S. H. — M. A. J. Cornish. 

Bonnell. 
'93. C. L. 
'91. M. M. 

Booker. 
'96. L. — Mrs. R. McN. McElroy. 

Booth. 

'72. Mrs. JI.—S. E. Rollinson. 



INDEX 



I 



Borden. 
1900. A. 

'86. C. L. 

'98. F. 

BORGMAN. 

'90. H. 
BOSS. 

'87. F. A.— Mrs. W. M. Shirley. 

BOSTWICK. 

'83. C. L. 

BOTSFORD. 
'86. H. C. 
'78. M. R. 

Bourne. 

'89. Mrs. E. G.-A. T. Nettleton- 
1900. M. J. 

BOWEN. 

'93- Mrs. B. L.—G. B. King-. 
'87. M. E. 

Bowman. 
'97. A. C. 
'99. E. C. 
'96. I. C. 

Boyd. 

'95. B. E.-Mrs. W. L. Law ion. 
'83. M.—Mrs. IV. S.Jones. 
'99. M. 

BOYDEN. 

'89. M. M. — Mrs. R. G. Mac fie. 

BOYNTON. 

'95- Gr. S. 

'94- M. L. 
Brace. 

'72. M. V.— Mrs. /. P. Kimball. 
'85. Mrs. W. C.—C. Hiscock. 
Braden. 
'79. N.—Mrs.J. Slamm. 

Bradley. 
1900. E. 

'93- E. S.-Afrs. P. E Browning. 
'92. K.M.— Mrs. A Beziat de Bor- 

des. 
'87. M. H. 

Brainard. 
'75- Mrs. A— A. E. Foster. 



Braislin. 

'97. A. P. 

'81. M. R. 
Branch. 
1900. A. L. 

'96. L. M. 
Branner. 

'79. Mrs. J. C.-S. D. Kennedy. 
Brayton. 

'73- N. J. -Mrs. H. W. Peabody. 
Breckenridge. 

'96. M. 
Breed. 

'99. P. M. 
Brendlinger. 

'95- M. R. 
Brevoort. 

'97- R. R. 
Brewer. 

'73- E. H. 
Brewster. 

'80. J. 
Briggs. 

'88. Mrs. W.—G. Rideout. 
Brigham. 

'97. M. H.—Mrs. C. V.June. 

'76. Z. W. 
Brill. 

'97. E. C. 

Brinckerhoff. 

'95- A. M. 
'99. M. L. 

Brink. 
* 9 8. L. 

Brisbin. 

'91. H. G.—Mrs. W. Greeiialch. 
Brittain. 

'97. G. F. 
Brittan. 

'82. M. B. 

Broad. 
'98. E. 
'96. M. 

BROADMKAD. 

'82. S. F. 



154 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



BROCKWAY. 

'80. L. L.— Mrs. T. P. Stanwood. 
Bronson. 

'95. G. A. 
Brooks. 

'81. Mrs. B.—A. Shove. 

'68. Mrs. J. F.—A. L. Baker. 
BROSIUS. 

'88. E. G.— Mrs. A. C. Higgins. 
Brown. 

'74. A. C. 

'93. A. C. 

'96. Mrs. C. C.—h. F. Collins. 
'97. C. K. 
'78. H. D. 
'94. I. F. 

'82. Mrs. J. IV.— W. Learned. 
'70. K. E. — Mrs. F. Goodnow. 
'78. L. Yl.—Mrs. G. H. Smith. 
'74. M. A. 
'93. M. C. 
'96. M. C. 
'99. M. S. • 
'99. M. W. 

'79. Mrs. S. B.—M. E. Hakes. 
'89. V. D. 

'69. Mrs. W. P.—E. W. Babcock. 
Brownell. 

'80. E. C.—Mrs. S. Si. John. 
1900. F. M. 

'95. L. A.— Mrs. C. B. Woodbridge. 

'74. L. H.— Mr s.J. A. Collier . 

'73. Mrs. W. C.—V. S. Swinburne. 
Browning. 

'93. Mrs. P. E.— E. S. Bradley. 
Brush. 

'92. R. W.—Mrs. G. B. Toye. 
Bryan. 
'81. M. 

'77. S. W.—Mrs. B. W. Lyttle. 
Bryant. 

'85. A. G. 
Buck. 

'86. A. C. 
BUCKLAND. 

'82. E. G.—Mrs. F. L. Crawjord. 
Budd. 
'84. H. A. 



BUDINGTON. 
1900. M. 

BUFFINGTON. 
'75- M. F. 

Bull. 

'80. Mrs. L. A.— A. P. Bailey. 

BUNCE. 

' 73 . Mrs. A. C.—G. B. Jewett. 

Burch. 
'79. M. B. — Mrs. C. Schiff. 

BURCHARD. 
'97. A. T. 

BURKE. 

'81. M. 

Burnet. 

' 97 . J. E. 
BURNETTE. 

'99- J- A. 
BURNHAM. 
1900. A. M. 

'77. Mrs. P.J.—L. B. Hunter. 

'95- p.v. 

'69. S. R. 

Burr. 

' 9 6. Mrs. G. B.—L. B. Phinney. 
'99. M. 
BURROWES. 
'87. Mrs. C. W.—Y. Shaul. 

BURWELL. 

'99. E. I. 

'gg. E. L. 
BUSEY. 

'99. M. R. 

Bush. 
'81. E. L. 

'68. J. E.— Mrs. C. L. Merriam. 
Butcher. 
'87. I.J. 

BUTTLER. 
'88. H. C— Mrs. C. G. Harker. 

CADY. 

'85. E. A.— Mrs. I. E. Harris. 
'79. M. R. 

Cahn. 
1900. A. L. 



INDEX 



155 



Campbell. 

'77- Mrs. T.—A. W. Rumsey. 
Candee. 

'95- H. H.' 

'94. M. O. 
Candler. 
1900. G. M. 
Canfield. 

'80. C M.-Mrs. W. R. Thorsen. 

'87. N. H. 

Capron. 

'78. Mrs. C. K.—F. A. Littlefield. 
Capwell. 

'74- J- B.~Mrs. N. H. Allen. 
Carbutt. 

'90. M. 

Carpenter. 

'76. Mrs. F. A.-G. L. Holton. 

'95- G.—Mrs. W. M. Beard. 
Carr. 

V K. C. 

Carrell. 
'96. T. M. 

Carrick. 

'94- Mrs. C. L.-G. White. 
Carrier. 

'93- Mrs. C. L — L. A. Puller. 
Carroll. 

'94. Mrs. F.—N. L. Agne. 
Carson. 

'83. Mrs. E.—S. B. Mabury. 
Carter. 

'69. A. L.—Mrs. A. Davis. 

'94- E. 

'68. I —Mrs. D. P. Rhoades. 
Case. 

'83. Mrs. A. G.-A. H. Lathrop. 
'70. F. E. 

'82. M. E.—Mrs. F. E. Barney. 
'78. M. W. 

Catterall. 
'89. Mrs. R. C. 7/.-H. H. Tunni- 
cliff. 

Catlin. 
'72. S. A. 



Cecil. 

'84. S. 
Chamberlain. 

'75- E. J. -Mrs. P. E. Zehe. 

'98. L. A. 

'89. M. M.—Mrs. H. O. Ewing. 

'76. S. E. 

'96. S. W. 
Chamberlin. 

'99. L. A. 
Chambers. 

'97- M. E.—Mrs. W. C. Hawkins. 
Champney. 

'69. Mrs. J. W.—E. J. Williams. 

'96. M. M.—Mrs. J. S. Humphreys. 
Chandler. 

'97- A. B. 

'77- E. A.— Mrs. T. M. Spelman. 
'99. U. E. 
Chapin. 

'69, Mrs. A. H.—K.A. Morrison. 

'74- Mrs. E. F.—M. C. Whitney. 

'73- J- E. — Mrs. C. W. Wilbor. 

'97. M. P. 
Chapman. 

'84. M. A.— Mrs. H. C. Crouch. 
Charlton. 

'85. Mrs. J. /.— E. Lowry. 
Chase. 

'97. A. B. 

'94- F. A. 

'86. I. R. 
Chater. 

'94. E. D. 
Cheney. 

'83. Mrs. W. IV.— U C Street. 
Chesley. 

'96. G. L. 

'97. M. L. 
Chester. 

'89. M. E. 

'88. S. G.-Mrs. A. If. Lyman. 
Childs. 

'96. A. S. 

'95- M. H. 
Choate. 

'99. A. 



156 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Chubb. 

'83. G. L. —Mrs. A. L. George. 

Chumar. 
'73. A. M.—Mrs. W. S. Belville. 
'70. M. — Mrs. G. G. Trask. 

Claflin. 
' 97 . A. 

Clapp. 
'94. H. B. 

Clark. 

'90. A. M.— Mrs. R. Ziegenfelde?\ 

'98. A. W. 

'90. B. R. 

'75. Mrs. C. E.—N. W. Skinner. 

'75. E. K. 

'go. F. M.—Mrs./. H. Belden. 

'91. Mrs. G. E.—F. A. Underhill. 

'88. Mrs. H.—M. C. Austin. 

'73. Mrs. J. B.—M. A. Smith. 

'93. L. B. 

'76. M. — Mrs. J. O. Rankin. 

'97. M. M. 

'93. M. V. 

Clarke. 
'99. A. 
'79. E. P. 
'70. L. N. 

'78. M. W.—Mrs. M. M. Acker. 

Clement. 
'75. M. A.— Mrs. R. R. Davies. 

Cleveland. 
'87. G. Hi. -Mrs. C. B. Storrs. 

Clevenger. 
'78. Mrs. A. E.—A. B. Harlan. 

Clinton. 
'85. J. V.— Mrs. L. G. Banning. 
'71. M.—Mrs. C. O. Wederkinch. 

Clough. 

'97. G. 
Coates. 

'90. S. E. 

Cobb. 

'93. E. P. 
'98. H. A. 



Cochran. 
'85. C. M. 

'76. Mrs. J. B.— C. T. Hale. 
'74. J. M. ~B.—Mrs. R. J. Cunning- 
ham. 
'90. K. M. 

'90. M. F.—Mrs. W. H. Woodruff. 
Coddington. 

'8r. Mrs. A. O.— H. R. Erskine. 
Coffin. 

'70. E. R. 

'90. Mrs. V. — H. T. Thurston. 

COGGESHALL. 

'89, L. K, 
Cohen. 

'95. F. 
Colby. 

'69. M. E. — Mrs. M. H. Smith. 
Cole. 

'70. Mrs. E. E.—~E. S. Curtis. 
'80. G. F. 

'84. Mrs. G. L.—B.. E. Shoecraft. 
Colegrove. 

'82. Mrs. F. W.—M.K. Dart. 
Coleman. 

'82. S. C.—Mrs. H. P. Crowell. 

Coles. 

'99. A. B. 
Colgate. 

'79. M. 
Collier. 

'74. Mrs. J. A.-L. H. Brownell. 

Collins. 
'69. E. F. 

'96. L-. F.—Mrs. C. C. Brown. 

COLMAN. 

'71. Mrs. H. B.—F. Z. Lovell. 
COMAN. 

'94. c. 

COMFORT. 

'89. E. W.—Mrs.H.M.Crookshank. 

COMSTOCK. 

'97. H.B. 
1900. M. B. 

CONABLE. 

'82. Mrs. M. B.—M. F. Easton. 



INDEX 



157 



CONANT. 

'93. H. C.—Mrs. C. D. Stewart. 
Connor. 

'75. L- H. 
Constant. 

'69. M. J.— Mrs. T. Wilson. 

Cook. 

'97. B.—Mrs. H. S. Thayer. 
'99. M. G. 

COOKINGHAM. 

'79. M. E.— Mrs. J. J. Edwards. 
Cooley. 
'86. Mrs. H. W.—iS. Wooster. 
'94. G. W. 

'83. M.—Mrs. C. W. Bassett. 
'93. M. E. 
'93. R. B. 
Cooper. 
'96. M. E. 

COPELAND. 

'89. E. G. 
'91. M. L. 

CORBIN. 
1900. E. B. 

CORCILIUS. 
1900. I. 

CORLISS. 

'90. Mrs.G. — O.L.Johnson. 

'73. L- F. 
Cornell. 

'96. C. M. 

'70. Mrs. W. T.—L. V. Rushmore. 

Cornish. 
'89. M. A. J.-Mrs. S. H. Bond. 

Cornwell. 
'77- A. 

'84. H. h.—Mrs. S. C.Stanton. 

Corson. 
'72. I. 

COSSAR. 

1900. H. B. 

COTRAEL. 

'99. E. E. 
Covey. 

'74. Mrs. J. F.—F. A. Dinsmoor. 



Craig. 
'97. E. M. 

'85. M. W.—Mrs. I. H. Shoemaker. 
Cramer. 

'92. E. W. 
Crampton. 

'94. S. C. 
Crandall. 

'84. Mrs. F. W.—C L. Patterson. 
Crane. 

'70. Mrs. D. IV.— M. L. Rice. 

'97. E. 
Crater. 
1900. A. M. 

Crawford. 
'95. A. L.— Mrs. A. Flexner. 
'82. Mrs. F. L. — E. G. Buckland. 

Crea. 

'94. M. L. 
Creager. 

'84. Mrs. P. D.—L. A. Mitchell. 
Critchley. 

'8 7 . B. M. 
Crockett. 

'72. L. E.—Mrs. S. A. Shannon. 
Crookshank. 

'89. Mrs. H. M.—E. W. Comfort. 

Crosby. 
'97. F. M. 

Crosley. 
'98. B. 

Cross. 

'96. L.—Mrs. F. W. Russell. 
Crouch. 
'84. Mrs. H. C— M. A. Chapman. 

Crowe. 
'70. V. R.—Mrs. H. Barlow. 

Crowell. 
'99. A. B. 

'82. Mrs. H. P.—S. C. Coleman. 

Cruger. 
•78. Mrs. J. P.- A. N. Shepard. 

Culbertson. 
'77. E. B. 

'93. Mrs. S.—E. McDaniel. 



158 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



CUMMING. 
'96. E. K. 

CUMMINGS. 

'96. Mrs. J. E.—D. C. Roberts. 

'74- Mrs. W. H. — L. A. Stow. 
Cumnock. 

'84. M. K.—Mrs. J. W. Blodgett. 
Cunningham. 

'74- Mrs. R. J.—]. M. B. Cochran. 
Curry. 

'91. C. M. 
Curtis. 

'75- Mrs. E. F.—O. Bigelow. 

'70. E. S.—Mrs. E. F. Cole. 

'90. h.—Mrs. J. Townsetid. 

'81. Mrs. S. D.—H. E. Gardner. 
Curtiss. 

'83. C.—Mrs. /. Q. A. Johnson. 

"86. R.—Mrs. T. P. Lyman. 
CUSHING. 

'74. F. M. 

'83. I.— Mrs. W. L. Underwood. 

'80. ].—Mrs. H. O. Underwood. 
Cutler. 

'83. E. P.— Mrs. J. N. Bag-ley. 

'78. M. I.— Mrs. C. E. Gowen. 
Cutter. 

'74- A. E. — Mrs. E. H. Bigelow. 
Cutting. 

'93. E. B. 
Dailey. 

1900. E. B. 

Dain. 

'74. E. B.—Mrs. J. B. Reynolds. 
Dana. 

'77- A. H.—Mrs. J. A. Loomis. 
'73- S. S.— Mrs. C. Loomis. 

Daniels. 
'92. E. J. 

'90. Mrs. J. JL.—F. E. Pike. 
'69. S. E. 

Darling. 
'81. J. F. 
'80. K. 

Darrow. 
'96. E. L. 



Dart. 

'82. M. B.—Mrs. F. W. Colegrove. 

Darwin. 
'78. Mrs. C. C.—G. Bascom. 

Davenport. 
'78. Mrs. W. C— A. F. Banfield. 

Davies. 

'75. Mrs. R. R.—M. A. Clement. 
'80. Mrs. W.—H.. C. Armstrong. 



Davis. 


'69. 


Mrs. A.— A.. L. Carter. 


iqoo. 


A. E. 


'69. 


C.—Mrs. W. A. Martin. 


'98. 


H. G. 


'99. 


H. L. 


'78. 


T. E. 


'78. 


J. M.-Mrs. A. C. McAlpin. 


'92. 


K. B. 


"85- 


L. 


'77- 


Mrs. L. S.— H. B O'Leary. 


'90. 


Mrs. S. A.— J. J Hendrick. 


DAY. 




'98. 


A. M. 


1900. 


P. B. 


'78. 


S. L. 


Deach. 


'98. 


M. A. 


Dean. 


1900. 


F. G. 


Deane. 


'96. 


E. D. 


■93- 


L. C.—Mrs. G. Lefevre. 


DE CLERCQ. 


'69. 


J. K.—Mrs. B.J. Moore. 


De Frees. 


'99. 


M. L. 



De Golyer. 
'69. L. K.—Mrs. G. C. Baldwin Jr. 



De Graff. 
1900. B. L. 

De Land. 
'99. M. L. 

De Laney. 
'94. J. 



INDEX 



159 



De Lany. 

'99. E. A . 

•95. E. T. 

'98. M. E. 
Demarest. 

70. J. W.—Mrs. S. M. Rushmore. 
Deming. 

'89. C.—Mrs.J. B. Fin ley. 

'85. B.—Mrs. A. Yates. 
Denison. 

'86. Mrs. C. E.—L,. F. Sweetser. 
Denton. 

'96. G. 

'70. J. A. 
Derby. 

'82. Mrs. O. E.—M. L. Harker. 
Devereux. 
'94. Mrs. H. E — M. Lynch. 

Dewell. 

'83. J.K. 
Dewey. 

'96. G. A. H. 
1900. R. A. H. 
DEWITT. 

'76. Mrs. A. Van D. — G. H. Learn- 
ed. 

Deyo. 

'83. Mrs. M. W.—Z. A. Wheeler. 

DlCKERMAN. 

'75. A. it.— Mrs. C N. Andrews. 

DlCKERSON. 

'85. Mrs. IV.— A. B. Wheeler. 
Dickey. 

'78. S.J. 
Dickinson. 

'67. M. L.—Mrs. T. S. McGraw. 
Dickson. 

'96. T. V. 
Dike. 

'79. C. A. 
Dilatush. 

'99. C. M. 
Dill. 

'79. J. 'L.—Mrs. C. S. Kinney. 
Dillenback. 
'92. Mrs. J. fV.—P. Herring. 



Dillingham. 

'74- G. — Mrs. W. M. Benedict. 
Dillow. 

'96. P. C. M. — Mrs. C. E. Sc/iou, Jr. 
Dils. 

'76. Mrs. G.—E. V. Winsor. 

DlLWORTH. 

'92. Mrs. H. P.— A. A. Stephen- 
son. 

DlNSMOOR. 
'72. A. 

'74. F. A— Mrs. J. F. Covey. 

DlNTURFF. 

V C. B. 
Dismukes. 

'92. Mrs. D. E. — M. A. Hench. 
Dodge. 
'76. E. 

DOOLITTLE. 
'93. M. A. 

DORMAN. 

V J.T. 
DORRANCE. 

'95. A. 
1900. F. 

Dorsey. 
'77. Mrs. P. IV.-S. A. Miller. 

Doty. 

' 75 . Mrs. J.—F. G. Swift. 
'77. Mrs. J. C.—M. M. Shaw. 

Dougherty. 
'75. E.—Mrs.J. L. Lasley. 
'98. Mrs. E. L.—M. B. Mahan. 

Doughty. 
'95. P. VanV. 

Douglas. 
' 9 6. A. E. 

Dow. 
'8o. C. B. 

•82. Mrs. C. H.—C. L. Shailer. 

DOWLING. 
1900. F. C. 

Drake. 

' Q4 . Mrs. F. C.—L. H. Patten. 
'80. J. C.—Mrs. L. Leakey. 



l6o VASSAR 

Drexel. 

'89. K.—Mrs. C. B. Penrose. 
Drummond. 

'79. Mrs. J. H. Jr.— S. T. Blake. 
Drury. 

'81. H. D. 
DU BOIS. 

'80. J. E. 

Duck. 

'73. I- J- 
Dudley. 

'99. C. A. 

'87. M. M. 

'97. S. E. 

Dunham. 
'96. K. S. 

'90. M.—Mrs. C. H. Prescott, Jr. 

Dunning. 
1900. M. 
'85. E. R. 
'97. M. G. 

DURAND. 
'73. F. E. 

'8i. H. S.— Mrs. S. E. Hall. 

DURANT. 

'95. B. A.— Mrs. H. L. Shepard. 

DURFEE. 
'85. H. A. 

Du Vernet. 

'96. Mrs. C. M.—M.. D. Spencer. 
Dwight. 

'98. E. D. 

Easton. 
'97. A.P, 

'82. M. F.—Mrs. M. R. Conable. 

Eastwood. 
'99. M. E. 

Eddy. 
'98. L. G. 
'93. R. E. 

Edson. 
'99. L. 

Edwards. 

'88. J.J. 

'79. Mrs.J.J.—M. E. Cookingham. 



COLLEGE 

ElSEMAN. 
1900. A. L. 
Elder. 

'73. Mrs. S. /.— S. L. Thomas. 
Eldridge. 

'74. Mrs. A. M. 
Eliot. 

'72. W. H.—Mrs. J. E. Emerson. 
Ellery. 

' 97 . E. 
Ellis. 

'74. Mrs. E. C— H. L. Ely. 
Elson. 

'85. L. 
Ellsworth. 
1900. C. P. 
Elsworth. 

'94. E. H. 
Elting. 

'99. E. 
Elwell. 

'82. Mrs. L. H.—A. M. Nickerson. 

Ely. 

'68. A. M. 

'74. H. Ij.—Mrs. E. C. Ellis. 

Emerson. 
•72. Mrs. J. E.—W. H. Eliot. 

Emery. 
'95. B.—Mrs. F. S. Hut ton. 

English. 
"75. Mrs. E. H.—h. W. Kellogg. 

Enos. 
'94. K. L. 

Epler. 
'96. H. F. 

Erskine. 
'81. H. R.—Mrs. A. O. Codding- 
ton. 

Erwin. 
'72. Mrs.J.—H. L. Thornton. 

Eshenour. 
1900. M. L. 

Ess. 

1900. M. P, 



INDEX 



1 6 



ESTES. 

'95. J. A. 
ESTY. 

Vt. A. W.—Mrs. C. D. Stowell. 

'88. Mrs. C. M—R. A. Field. 
Etnier. 

'99. Mrs. C. E. -S. E. Smith. 
Etten. 

'91. F. 
Ettenson. 
1900. H. E. 
Evans. 

'68. A. M.— Mrs. J. W. Bailie. 
'93. E. R. 

'83. U.—Mrs. H. S. Gulliver. 
'95. S. H. 

EVELETH. 

'68. Mrs. E. S — L. F. Parsons. 
Ewing. 
'75. Mrs. E. C — M. W. Bell. 
'70. JSfrj. 6. C— A. W. Woods. 
'89. J/rj-. v 2 /. <9.— M. M. Chaaiber- 
lain. 

'8 5 . M. E.—Mrs. G. E. Shaw. 
Fagan. 

'96. J. 

'88. L. S.-Mrs. W. F. Peirce. 
FAIRHEAD. 
1900. L. D. 
Fanton. 

'92. M. E. 
Farnum. 

'78. Mrs. H. H.—E, Beattie. 
Farrar. 

'82. Mrs. F. A.—L,. B. Stanton. 
Farwell. « 

'72. A.- Mrs. IV. H. Ferry. 
Faust. 

'88. Mrs. IV. H.—F. T. Patterson. 
Fearrington. 

'83. Mrs. J. P.—M. F. Pass. 
Fenn. 

'89. Mrs. C.—A. H. May. 
'95. Mrs. J. P.—S. E. Howell. 
Fernald. 
'86. Mrs. C. B.-J-. Harker. 
'68. Mrs. •/. C.-M. B. Griggs. 



Ferrell. 

'89. L. A. 

'94. M.E. 

'97. M. I. I. 
Ferres. 

'97. Mrs. W. D.—A. Whiton. 
Ferris. 

'86. E. A. 

'98. M. R. 
Ferry. 

'94. B. 

•96. Q. 

'72. Mrs. W. H.—A. Farwell. 
Fessenden. 

'90. Mrs. F. •/.— E. B. Hart. 
Fetterolf. 

'76. Mrs. A. H. — L. M. Mangam. 
Field. 

'88. R. A. — Mrs. C. H. Esty. 
'99, V. 
Finch. 
'72. C. E. 

FlNLEY. 

'89. Mrs. J. B.—C. Deming. 
Fish. 

'99. A. P. 
Fisher. 

'76. C. U.-Mrs. IV. T. Miller. 

'94. E. G. 

'74. F. Y.—Mrs. IV. B. IV00J. 
Fitch. 

'73. Mrs. F. E.—C. Knowles. 
'94. L. A. 

'87. M. R.-Mrs. C. C Pierce. 
Fitzhugh. 

'81. A. K. 
FlTZKOV. 

'99. A. S. 

Flaherty. 

92. E. 
Fi.kminc. 

'76. S.—Mrs.J.WS/iarpe. 
Fletciikk. 
'79. E. E.—Mrs. J. E. Hcquem- 

bourg. 
95. H. R. 
•95- J- B. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Flett. 

'92. P. McN. 
Flexner. 

'95. Mrs. A.— A. L. Crawford. 
Folger. 

'72. A. B. 

'79- Mrs. H. C. Jr. — E. C. Jordan. 
Folin. 
'92. Mrs. O.—L. C. Grant. 

Folsom. 

'71. E. M. 
Foos. 

'83. M. — Mrs. R. W. Knott. 
Foster. 
'75- A. E.—Mrs. A. Brainard. 
'72. A. W. 

'8 6. E. R.—Mrs. F. S. Barman. 
'93- F.J. 
'99. I. G. 
'88. R. S. 

Fowler. 

'94. C. L. 

'99. C. L. 
1900. S. L. 

Fox. 

'86. A.-Mrs. W. H. Freeman. 

'76. L. R.— ^/rj. Z>. Webster. 
Frank. 

'87. I.— Mrs. L. Guttman. 
Franklin. 

'69. Mrs. F.—C. Ladd. 

Freeman. 

'89. D. 

'84. E. M. 

'95- F. E.—Mrs. B.J. Gregory. 

'81. M. L. 

'98. N. DeE. 

'78. S. B. 

'86. Mrs. W. H.—A. Fox. 

'89. Mrs. W. J.—C. Keen. 

French. 
igoo. F. H. 

Fridenberg. 
'82. B. C. 

Frost. 

'92. H U.—Mrs. J. K. Sague. 



Frothingham. 

'68. G.—Mrs. A. R. Williams. 
1900. M. 

Fry. 
'99. M. M. 

Fuller. 
'94. Mrs. B. C.—F. E. Todd. 
'94. F. H. 

'97. Mrs. F. R.—E. I. Lawrence. 
'93. L. A.— Mrs. C. L. Carrier. 

Fullick. 
'78. E. 

Fulton. 
'84. Mrs. E.—K. A. Acer. 
'85. Mrs. F. S.—&. J. Shattuck. 
'68. Mrs. H. O.—M. Stagg. 
'99. M. G. 

FURNESS. 
» 9 t. C. E. 

Gage. 
'85. Mrs. M. E. M. 

Gallagher. 
1900. H. D. 

Gallaher. 
'97. G. M. 

Gardner. 
'77- E. 

•81. H. E. — Mrs. S. D: Curtis. 
'98. J. G. 

'84. M. ].—Mrs. C. G. R. Jennings. 

Garnsey. 
'71. E. H. — Mrs. E. A. Kingsley. 

Garrett. 
'99. E. L. 

Garvin. * 
'95. E. M. 
'98. G. M. 

Gasper. 

'73. Mrs. M. C.—J. H. Beach. 
Gates. 

'89. S. C.—Mrs. B. E. Howard. 

Gathright. 
'99. M. M. 

Gaus. 
1900. D. 



INDEX 



GA.Y. 

'6g. L. 
GEDNEY. 

'95. M. E.—Mrs. G. Allan. 
Geiger. 

'67. E. L. — Mrs. W. R. McMahon. 
George. 

'85. Mrs. A. L.-G. L. Chubb. 
Gerrish. 

'73. C. M. 
Gibbons. 

'98. A. N. 

'98. R. S. 
Gibson. 

'80. Mrs. R.J.—E. J. Banks. 
GlFFORD. 

'76. E. M.—Mrs. G. W. Peckham. 
Gilbert. 

'69. M. L.—Mrs. J. H. Hinsdale. 

'74. V. B. 
Gildersleeve. 

'99. L. 
Gillette. 

'75. ^/>-.y. D. G.—A. J. Shepard. 

'70. Mrs. G. W.— A. C. Hayes. 
GlLLMER. 

'94. E. A. 

GlNN. 

'68. Mrs. E.—C. E. Glover. 
Glazier. 

'68. S. M.—Mrs. J . M. Bates. 
Glenn. 

'81 C. -N.-A/rs. E. H. Bell. 

'82. L. F. 
Glidden. 

'69. A. M.—Mrs. B. M. I louts. 
Glover. 

'68. C. E.—Mrs. E. Ginn. 

'71. M. O.—Mrs. S. W. Hoi wan. 

Gnadk. 
'94. A. 

GOFF. 

'86. Mrs. /\ II.- F. South worth. 
Golay. 
'92. C— Mrs. B. G. Benedict. 

' C M- J- 



GOLDSTINE. 

'85. A. B. — Mrs. S. White. 

GOODNOW. 

'70. Mrs. B.—K. E. Brown. 
Goodrich. 
•97- I- F. 

GOODSELL. 
'69. A. F. 

Goodwin. 
'86. A. M. 

' 95 . G.-Mrs. B.J. Wolfe. 

'95. Mrs. W. M.—C. E. Blodgett. 

Gould. 

'92. E. E.—Mrs. W. D. Sivan. 
'85. L. H. — Mrs. J. T. Mac Bride. 
'77- M. 

GOULDY. 

'75- J- A. 
GOWEN.. 

'78. Mrs. C. B.—M. I. Cutler. 

Graham. 
'95. A. J.— Mrs. B. L. Adams. 
'75- A. L. 
1 goo. E. 

Granger. 
'98. M. B. 

Granniss. 
'97. H. E.—Mrs. J. A'. Johnston. 

Grant. 
'96. B. C. 

'93. H. T.— Mrs. E. W. Sparroiv. 
'92. L. C.—Mrs. O. Bolin. 
'99. S. G. 
'77. s. w. 

Graves. 
'77. Mrs. W. D.—E. M. Rexford. 

Gray. 

'78. L. ].-Mrs. II'. B. Hoyt. 
•77. L. P. 

Greeley. 

•97. E. — Mrs. II. C. Plum. 
Green. 

'87. A. K.—Mrs. R. .7. T%OMPSOn, 
Gkeenalch. 

'91. Mrs. W.- H. G. Hrisbin. 



l6 4 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Greene. 

'87. E. C. 

V M. L. 
Geeexwood. 

'98. H. S. 
Greer. 

'89. E. 

'99- F. 

'95- J- 

'96. L. 

Grefe. 

1900. R. W. 

Gregg. 

'91. Mrs. H. G.—J. M. Ober. 
Gregory. 

95. Mrs. A 5 . J. — F. E. Freeman. 
Griffix. 

'97- M. V. 
Griffis. 

'77- Mrs. W. E.—K. L. Stanton. 
GRiFFrrH. 

'84. C. F. 

'73- E. C. 
Griggs. 

'89. E. H. 

'90. H. F. 

'68. M. B.—Mrs.J. C. Fern a hi. 
Groce. 

•75- Mrs. T.J.—C. F. Loverin. 
Gross. 

'82. L. C.—J/rs. C. M. Shove. 
Grubbs. 

'95- Mrs. H. A.—E. C. Holmes. 
Gruening. 

'95. R. B. 

Gulliver. 

•83- Mrs. H. S.—H. Evans. 
Gunnison. 

'83. S. P. 

GUTTMAX. 

'S 7 . Mrs. L.—l. Frank. 

Guv. 
'98.' A. B. 

Guyer. 
'97. E. 



Hadley. 

'83. Mrs. A. T.— H. H. Morris. 
Hadsell. 

'92. Mrs. G. A.—S. S. Piatt. 
Hague. 

'89. E.— Mrs. N. C. Bartholomew. 
Haight. 

'91. E. H. 

'94- E. H. 

•98. H. L 
Haire. 

'85. Mrs. C.—F. Uberhorst. 
Hakes. 

'79. M. IS.— Mrs. S. E. Broom. 
Haldemax. 

'84. F. ML.— Mrs. T. IV. Sidivtll. 
Hale. 

'76. C. T. — Mrs. J. B. Cochran. 
' 73 . Mrs. W. G.—EL. K. Swinburne. 
Hall. 

'72. A. W.— Mrs. F. H. Hal/. 

"72. Mrs. F. J7.—A. W. Hall. 

"Si. Mrs. S. jB.—H. S. Durand. 
Hallarax. 

'90. {*.— Mrs. J. Hodge. 

'99. M. 
Halleck. 

'87. M. S. 
Halliday. 

'89. A. W. 

'87. C. J.— Mrs. E. Wing. 
'91. F. — Mrs. E. H. Rogers. 
91. V.— Mrs. W. H Wood. 
Hamiltox. 
'99- J- 

'90. N. S. — Mrs. C. Robinson. 
Ham lex. 

'74- E. L. 
Hamlix. 

'72. O. (see S. O. Peck). 

• 74 - S. A.— Mrs. E. O. Hollister. 
Hancock. 

'85. L. B. 
Haxxa. 

'77. Mrs. O. S.—M. E. Nuttman. 
Haxsell. 
'76. C. 



INDEX. 



I6 5 



Hardin. 

'97. C. H. 
Harding. 

'84. Mrs. C. — E. O. McMillan. 

'99. H. V. 
Harker. 

'89. C. 

'88. Mrs. C. G.—H. C. Buttler. 

'86. J.— Mrs. C. B. Fernald. 

'93. K. Van D. 

'82. M. It.— Mrs. O. E. Derby. 
Harkness. 

'87. L. 
Harlan. 

'78. A. B.—Mrs. A. E. Cievenger. 
Harlow. 

77. A. W. 
Harmon. 
1900. M. G. 
Hark ah. 

1900. F. 
Harrington. 

'72. Mrs. K—U. F. Slocum. 

'72. H. R. — Mrs. IV. F. Sears. 

'88. Mrs. W.—C. B. Bemis. 
Harris. 

•85. Mrs. J. E.—E. A. Cady. 

'90. L. M. — Mrs. L. C. Scherer. 

Harrison. 
'76. C. 
'81. J. 

Harron. 

'97. Mrs. H. S.—J. A. Scofield. 

Hart. 

V- E. B. — Mrs. F. J. Fessenden. 
'98. F. 
•96. J. B. 
'99. L. S. 

Hartmann. 
'80. E. C.—Mrs. F. IV. Noyes. 

Hartridge. 
•92. E. B. 

Hartwell. 

'89. M. E.—Mrs. II. T. Xeidlin^er. 

Hartzell. 
'q6. S. B. 



Harvey. 

'97- Mrs. P.—F. Hotchkiss. 
Haskell. 

'96. F. A. 
Haskins. 

'go. H. L. 
Hassler. 

'99- C. B. 
Hastings. 

'04. M. L. 
Hatch. 

'88. Mrs. H.—A. M. McKinlay. 
Hatcher. 

'88. O. L. 
Hatfield. 

'98. P. A. 
Hatt. 

'70. A. I. — Mrs. H. E. von Hoist. 
Haughwout. 
'95. M. 

'80. Mrs. V. W.—N. J. Preston. 

Havens. 
1900. A. L. 

Haviland. 
'98. G. I. 

Hawes. 

'91. Mrs J.— H. A. Houston. 
Hawkins. 

'97. Mrs. IV. C.—M. E. Chamber*. 

Hawks. 
' 7 i. E. L. 

Hawley. 
'85. Mrs. C. II.— A. E. Lester. 

Hayes. 
? 8i. A. 

'79. A. C.—Mrs. G. Jr. Gillette. 
Hays. 

'96. Mrs. W. ff.—M. N. Sanders. 

H WW ARD. 

•96. E. L 

Hazard. 

'79. B. 

Hazeltine. 
• 97 . E. H. 



1 66 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



HEALEY. 

'80. M. — Mrs. E. A. Bancroft. 
Heard. 
1900. G. B. 
Hecker. 

'97. M. M. 
Hedrick. 

'90. Mrs. H. B.—H. F. Mace. 
Heffron. 

'73. Mrs. J. L.— M. A. Marcher. 
Hemans. 

'94- I- M. 
Hemmings. 

'97. A. F. 

Hemphill. 
'98. L. B. 

Hench. 
'94. L/. C. 

'92. M. A.— Mrs. D. E. Dismukes. 
Henck. 
'81. A. C. 

Henderson. 

'93- L-Cx. 
Hendrick. 

'90. J. J.— Mrs. S. A. Davis. 

Hening. 
'85. S. C. 

Henshaw. 
1900. H. M. 

Henry. 

'95- A. 
Hequembourg. 

•98. h. m. 

'79. Mrs. J. E.—E. E. Fletcher. 

Hero. 
'96. A. 

Herring. 
'92. P. — Mrs. J. W. Dillenback. 

Hersey. 
'76. H. E. 

Hewitt. 
'96. M. L. 

Heyer. 
'85. E. G. 



. Heywood. 

'99. C. G. 

'97. R. B. 
Higgins. 

'88. Mrs. A. C— E. G. Brosius. 

'70. H. C. 

'96. M. E. — Mrs. A. F. M. Steen. 
'97. M. L. 
Higinbotham. 
'68. M. V.— Mrs. L. B. Baker. 

HlGMAN. 

'96. N. 
HlLEMAN. 
'71. D.— Mrs. E.J. Waring. 



Hill. 






'95- 


C. M. 




'99. 


E. 




'74- 


E. A.- 


-Mrs. E. P. Spalding. 


'96. 


J. D. 




'78. 


M. S.- 


-Mrs. H. B. Smith. 


'89. 


N. 





HlLLARD. 

'78. M. — Mrs. A. Mac Leish. 

HlLLIER. 

'95. E. 
Hinkley. 
'80. Mrs. C. JV.-J. C. Williams. 

HlNRICHS. 

'97. Mrs. A. E.—E. B. Atkinson. 
Hinsdale. 

'69. Mrs. J. II.— M.. L. Gilbert. 
Hiscock. 

'85. C— Mrs. W. C. Brace. 

'73. H. C.—Mrs. T.J. Backus. 
Hoagland. 

'95. S. W. 
Hodge. 

'70. Mrs. A.— Mrs. F. L. Hughes. 
'94. Mrs. B.—R. Stickney. 
'81. E. C. 

'90. Mrs. J.— G. Hallaran. 

HOLBROOK. 

'93. E. L. 

'94- M. C. 
HOLDEN. 

'91. Mrs. G. M.— W.E. Van Tassel. 
'76. Mrs. H.—A. M. Rankin. 



INDEX 



167 



HOLLISTER. 
'84. Mrs. C. J7.—J. H. Merrick. 
'75- E. B. 

'74. Mrs. E. O.—S. A. Hamlen. 
'72. E. S. 

HOLMAN. 

'71. Mrs. S. JV.—M. O. Glover. 
Holme. 

'69. Mrs. R. H.—P. Waddington. 
Holmes. 
'97. Mrs. C. O.— H. H. Storke. 
'95. E. C.— Mrs. H. A. Grubbs. 
'95- H. F. 

'95. H. M.—Mrs. T. V. White. 

'86. Mrs. S. Van V.—H. Stanton. 
VON HOLST. 

'70. Mrs. H. E. — A. I. Hatt. 
HOLTON. 

'76. G. U—Mrs. F. A. Carpenter. 
'89. Mrs. J. L.—A. S. Wallace. 

HOMANS. 

'92. s. s. 

HOMMEL. 

•97. L. C. 
Hood. 

'89. Mrs. C. IV.— M. K. Hunt. 
Hooker. 

'97. E. G. 
Hopper. 

' 7 t. E. W. 
Hopson. 

'83. A. S. 

'73. M. A. 

HORNE. 
'90. F. W. 

HORST. 
igoo. M. L. 

HORTON. • 
' 7 i. Mrs. G. W.—YL. G. Jewett. 

HOSKINS. 

'70. S. E.-Mrs. F. S. Blair. 

HOSMER. 

'99. M. L, 

HOTCHKISS. 

'97. F.— Mrs. Philip Harvey. 
'. 77 . L. M. 



Houghton. 
'73. E. G. 

HOULISTOIT. 

'76. E. M. 
House. 

' 7 i. M. C. 
Houston. 

'91. H. A.— Mrs. J. Hawes. 
Houts. 

'69. Mrs. F. M.—A. M. Glidden. 
Howard. 
'89. Mrs. B. E.—S. C. Gates. 
'71. Mrs. E. M.—A. L. Sanford. 
'98. J. B. 

'82. Mrs. S. A.—E. Bartlett. 

Howe. 
'97. E. L. 

'82. E. M. — Mrs. L. Howe. 
'94. L. 

'82. Mrs. L.—E. M. Howe. 
Howell. 
'95. S. E.— Mrs. J. R. Fenn. 

Howes. 
'74. A. G.—Mrs. C. Barus. 

Howgate. 

'82. I. 
HOWLAND. 

'96. A. M. 

HOY. 

'87. E. R. 
'99. H. K. 

Hoyt. 
'74. E. L. 

'70. E.—Mrs. S. Merr it t. 
'80. M. E.—Mrs. B.J. Moses. 
'68. M. L. — Mrs. T. H. Porter. 
'78. Mrs. W. E.-L. J. Gray. 

Hubbard. 

'69. E. L. 

'84. M. C.—Mrs.J. A. Skinner. 

'78. M. T. 

•80. Mrs. IV. H. — E. A. Skinner. 

HUBBBLL. 
'88. Mrs. G. L.-E. S. Piatt. 

Hughes. 
'70. Mrs. F. I.. Mrs. A. ftodg*. 



VASSAR 



COLLEGE 



HULBERT. 
'94. E. J. 

HULBURD. 
'76. A. L. 

Hull. 

.'80. Mrs. W. B. — E. B. Went- 
worth. 

HULST. 

'96. E. S. 

'95. G.D. 
Humphreys. 

'96. Mrs. J. S.— M. M. Champney. 

HUNEKE. 

'84. Mrs A.J.—U. F. L. Hussey. 

Hunker. 
'73. Mrs. J. J.— M. Monroe. 

Hunt. 
'89. E. K. 

'89. M. K.—Mrs. C. N. Hood. 
Hunter. ■ 

I9OO. E. Lr. 

'77. L. B.— Mrs. P.J. Biirnham. 

Huntington. 
'92. Mrs. F. P.— A. C. Ulrich. 
'70. J. P.— Mrs. E. F. Ware. 

HURLBUT. 
'99. M. E. 

Hussey. 

'80. A. H.—Mrs. C. E. Severance. 
'94. A. S. 

' 7 6. Mrs. C. S.— N. A. Large. 
'84. M. F. L. —Mrs. A.J. Huneke. 

Hutchinson. 
V K.O. 

HUTTON. 

'95. Mrs. F. S.— E. Emery. 

Ickler. 
'92. J. 

IDDINGS. 

'89. L. L. 

Isaacson. 
'73. -a/rj. /.— Z. L. Welch. 

Ives. 
'78. M. E. 



Jackson. 
' 7 4- H. G.—Mrs. C. Sellers, Jr. 
' 7 g. Mrs. TV. S.—H. F. Banfield. 

Jacobs. 

'93. Mrs. H. E. — B. D. Presbrey. 
'77. R. B. 
JACOBSEN. 

'79. E. — Mrs. H.J. Windsor. 

Jacobus. 
'99. E. L. 

Jacoby. 
' 7 6. L. 

James. 
'99. J. E. 
'92. L B. 

'97. V.— Mrs. H. C. Ward. 

JANNEY. 

'84. Mrs. S. M. — M. E. Miller. 

JANSEN. 
'91. M. E. 

JAQUES. 

'98. E. H.—Mrs. C. W. Naumann. 

JARNAGIN. 

'98. M. S. 

Jefferson. 
'98. D. E. 

'72. Mrs. J. P.— A. M. Wetmore. 

Jeffrey. 
1900. L. E. 

JENCKES. 
'87. A. L. 
'84. H. M. 

JENCKS. 

'83. Mrs. W. W.—C. A. Valleau. 

Jenkins. 
'99. A. E. 

'99. Li. 

Jennings. 
'8 4 . Mrs. C. G. P.—U. J. Gardner. 

Jewett. 
'73- G. B.—Mrs. A. C. Bunce. 
'71. K. G.—Mrs. G. W. Horton. 

John. 
1900. E. 



INDEX 



169 



Johnson. 
'77- A. H. 

'95. A. L. 

'76. A. M. 

'74- C. E. — Mrs. D. D. Parmly. 

'77. C. LeB. — Mrs. F. Baker. 

'77- E. D. 

1900. E. L. 

'83. Mrs. J. Q. A.—C. Curtiss. 

'96. M. B. — Mrs. D. S. Black. 

1900. M. V. 

'90. O. L. — Mrs. G. Corliss. 

1900. S. F. 

'95- W. C. 

'93- Mrs. W. O.—E. M. Parker. 
Johnston. 

1900. H. B. 

'97- ^/rj. /. K.—Yi. E. Granniss. 

'80. Jfr* T. K, Jr.-E. K. Mur- 
phy. 

JOLLIFFE. 

93- F. B. 

Jones. 

'99. A. C. 

'96. B. A. 

'87. c. L. 

'98. E. V. 

1900. F. M. 

'82. M. E. 

'85. M. G.—Mrs. W. T. Ward. 

'95- M. I. 

'83. Mrs. W. S.—M. Boyd. 
Jordan. 

'79- E. C— Mrs. H. C. Folgerjr. 

'76. If. A. 

Joyner. 

V- B.J. 
June. 

'97- Mrs. C. V.—U. H. Brigham. 
Justice. 
'98. L. B. 

Jutten. 
'96. S. E. 

Kauffman. 

'98. A.-Mrs. II. II. Polk. 
1900. M. C. 

Kavana. 
' 9 t. R. If. 



Keen. 

'89. C.—Mrs. W.J. Freeman. 
Keeney. 

'92. Mrs. W. T.—U. Morton. 
Keffer. 

'76. B. 
Kelley. 

'75- S. J.— Mrs. C. D. Adams. 
Kellogg. 

'75- L- W.—Mrs. E. H. English. 

'76. Mrs. M. B.—M. L. Adams. 

Kelly. 



'99. 


A. R. 


'90- 


G. R. 


'95- 


S. L. 


Kennedy. 


'68. 


Mrs. S.-M. Reybold. 


'79- 


S. D.-Mrs.J. C. Bran?ier. 


Kimball. 


'72. 


Mrs. J. P.—M. P. Brace. 


King. 




'99. 


C. E. 


'83. 


Mrs. E. C.-l. C. Ransom. 


'93- 


G. B.—Mrs. B. L. Bowen. 


'90. 


L. S. 


'88. 


M.—Mrs. E. G. Murphy. 


'82. 


M. B.-Mrs. E. H. Babbitt. 


'02. 


N. D. 


'90. 


S. F. 



t Kingsley. 

'71. Mrs. E. A.—E. H. Garnsey. 



Kinkead. 
'96. C. D. 

Kinney. 

'79- Mrs. C. S.-J. L. Dill. 
Kirby. 

'72. E. P. 

Kirchkr. 

95- O. 

Kirchner. 
'93. w. 

KlRKLAND. 
* 97 . \V. M. 

Kitts. 

'84. Mrs. C. A.-H. E. Walrnth. 



170 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Kleberg. 
' 99 . M. L. — Mrs. E. H. Abbott. 

Knight. 
'80. Mrs. G. W.—M. A. Barnes. 
'87. K. M. 

Knorr. 
'89. M. — Mrs. E. F. Smith. 

Knott. 
'83. Mrs. R. JV.—M. Foos. 

Knowles. 
'73. C— Mrs. F. E. Fitch. 

Knowlton. 
'90. A. Li.— Mrs. K. B. Miller. 

Knox. 

'76. L. S.— Mrs. F. 1\ Feet. 

Kountz. 
'82. L. B. 

KOUNTZE. 

'88. E. C.—Mrs. M. Nicholson. 

Kretzinger. 
'73. Mrs. G. W.—C. J. Wilson. 

Kruse. 
' 9 6. I. G. 

KUNKEL. 

'96. Mrs. G. B. — E. G. Scott. 

Lacey. 
'69. C. A..— Mrs. R. Lacey. 
'69. Mrs. R.—C. A. Lacey. 
'94. Mrs. R. H. — L. H. Patterson. 

Ladd. 

'69. C.—Mrs. F. Franklin. 
Ladue. 

'95. H. N.— Mrs. J. H. Malloryjr. 
'71. L.— Mrs. J. T. IVilliams. 

Laird. 
' ' 9 6. M. 

Lambborne. 
'86. N. 

LaMonte. 

'89. L. 

Lamson. 
'90. M. E.— Mrs. TV. A. Lockwood. 

Landeield. 
'97. G. H. 



Lane. 

IQOO. A. U. 

'81. K. M.— Mrs. J. F. Thompson. 
Langdon. 

'95. Mrs. J. LeD.—F. T. York. 
Lansing. 

'83. Mrs.J.B. W.— S.H.Treadway. 
Lapham. 

'96. A. E. 

'76. E. C. 

'97. E. M. 
Large. 

'76. N. A.— Mrs. C. S. Hussey. 
Larned. 

'90. E. B. 
Larrabee. 

'98. K. P. 
Larsen. 
1900. M. H. 
Las ley. 

'75. Mrs. J. L.—E. Dougherty. 

LATHROP. 

'83. A. H. — Mrs. A. G. Case. 

'80. J. C. 
Latimer. 

'94. A. L. 
Lawrence. 

'82. C. C. 

'97. E. I.— Mrs. F. R. Fuller. 
'76. Mrs. F. E.—M. L. Stanton. 
'91. L. A. — Mrs. F.J. Meigs. 
Lawton. 
'95. Mrs. W. L.—B. E. Boyd. 

Leach. 
'85. A. 
'77. M. E. 

LEAKEY. 

'80. Mrs. L.— J. C. Drake. 
Learned. 
'95- A. F. 

'76. G. H. — Mrs. A. VanD. De 

Witt. 
'87. S. W. 

'82. W.— Mrs. J. W. Brown. 

Leech. 
'86. E. B. 



INDEX 



171 



Lefevre. 
'93. Mrs. G.—~L. C. Deane. 

Leland. 
'68. C. P.— Mrs. R. Scott. 

Lent. 
1900. S. B. 
Leonard. 

'85. E. S. 
LeRoy. 
1900. A. M. 
Lester. 

'85. A. E. — Mrs. C. H. Hawley. 
Leverett. 

'97. M. E. 
Lewi. 

'88. E. 
Lewis. 

'S 3 . Mrs. E. R.—R. J. Baldwin. 
'98. Mrs. E. S.—J. C. Marsh. 
'75. Mrs. H. P.—K. Roberts. 
'97. H.W. 

'83. Mrs. I. N. — M. Wheatley. 
'75. L.—Mrs. A. C. Whiting. 
'71. S. B. D. 
Liggett. 
'69. E. M. 

'73. F. C.-Mrs. H. B. Wey. 
'80. Mrs. L.—A. C. Wardle. 
LlNGLE. 

'86. C. O.—Mrs. C. R. Overman. 
LlTTLEFIELD. 

'78. F. A.— Mrs. C. K. Capron. 
Lloyd. 

'81. C. A.— Mrs. L. Withington. 
LOBINGIER. 

'76. Mrs. A. S.—K. Reynolds. 
Lock hart. 

'96. L. M. 

LOCKWOOD. 

'90. Mrs. W. A.—M. E. Lamson. 
Loeb. 

'99. S. 
Logan. 

'77. E. U.-Mrs. A. W. MacCoy. 
Long. 
1900. H. B. 



LOOMIS 



'73- 


Mrs. C.-S. S. 


Dana. 


'92. 


Mrs. F. B.—B 


M. Mast. 


'77- 


Mrs. J. A.— A. 


H. Dana. 


'95- 


Mrs. J. R.Jr.- 


-A. E. Rugge 


'72. 


M. A. 




'8 S . 


M. R. 




'77- 


N. G. 




Lord. 







' 7 8. Mrs. E. E.—E. E. Woods. 
'74. Mrs. E. H.—]. S. Bennett. 
'97. E. M. 
Love. 

'96. E. L.—Mrs. IV. L. Beckwith. 

Lovejoy. 
'97. L. 

LOVELAND. 
'71. K. A.— Mrs. R. H. Roys. 

LOVELL. 

'71. F. Z.—Mrs. H. B. Caiman. 
'98. P. D. 

LOVERIN. 
'75. C. W.—Mrs. T. J. Groce. 

LOVETT. 
1900. M. 

Loving. 
'85. P. 

LOWRIE. 

'75- A. H. 
LOWRY. 

'85. E.— Mrs. J. J. Charlton. 

LUEHRMANN. 
* 9 6. A. 

LUPTON. 

' 73 . K. M. 
Lyman. 

'88. Mrs. A. //.— vS. G. Chester. 
'75. Mrs. C. E.-A. M. Mitchell. 
•75. K. T. 

'86. Mrs. T. P.—R. Curtiss. 
Lynch. 

'94. M.—MrS, II. E. Devcrrux. 
Lyon. 

'81. A. L.-Mrs. S. C. Mar tin. 
'75. H. E. — .1/ rs. W. /'■ Rit lison. 



172 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



LYTTLE. 

'77. Mrs. E. IV.— S. W. Bryan. 
Mabie. 

'96. M. K. 
Mabury. 

'83. S. B.—Mrs. E. Carson. 
Macadam. 

'82. C. F. 
McAdams. 

'94. E. M. 
McAllester. 

'96. L. A. 
McAlpine. 

'78. Mrs] A. C.-J. M. Davis. 
McArthur. 

'94. F. B. 

MacArthur. 

'96. G. E. 
Macauley. 

'94. A. R. 

'94. M. M. 
McBain. 

'75. K. 
MacBride. 

'85. i/r^./. T.— L. H. Gould. 
McCaffrey. 

'99. C. A. 
McCaleb. 

'78. E. 
McCall. 

'98. R. 
MacCarthy. 

'95. S. 
McCarty. 

'98. M. C. 
McCauley. 

'95. E. C. 

McClelland. 
'97. N. V. 

McClenon. 
'78. Mrs. R. B.-M. A. White. 

McCloskey. 
'96. E. 

McClure. 
'96. M. L. 



MacColl. 

'98. M. 
McCormick. 

'83. Mrs. N. K.—W. Sudduth. 
MacCoy. 

'77- Mrs. A. W.—E. M. Logan. 
McCreery. 

'88. E. L.- Mrs. J. El. Strong. 
McCulloch. 

'98. R. 

MCCUTCHEON. 

'95. H. h. 
McDaniel. 

'93. B.—Mrs. S. Culbertson. 

'96. Mrs. G. V/.—M. D. Scarbor- 
ough. 
Macdonald. 

'74. Mrs. A. E.—E. W. Barrett. 
Mace. 

'90. H. F.—Mrs. Hedrick. 
MCELROY. 

'96. Mrs. R. McN.—L,. R. Booker. 
McFadden. 

'8o. A. C. 
McFarland. 

'96. M. M. — Mrs. J. T. Washburn, 
Jr. 

Macfarlane. 

'98." A. C. 
Macfie. 

'89. Mrs. R. G..—M. M. Boyden. 
McGraw. 

'67. Mrs. T. S.—M. L. Dickinson. 
McIntosh. 

'80. Mrs. J. H.—C. Rustin. 
McKeague. 

'77- I. 

McKean. 
'96. I. p. 

MCKINLAY. 

'88. A. M. —Mrs. H. Hatch. 

'88. M. h.—Mrs. C. W. Smith. 
McKlNNEY. 

'98. F. L. 

MacLeish. 
'78. Mrs. A.—M. Hillard. 



INDEX 



MCLEOD. 
'gg. L. D. 

McMahon. 

'97. M. M. 
1900. S. E. 

'67. Mrs. W. R. — E. L. Geiger. 
McMillan. 
'84. E. O.— Mrs. C. Harding: 
'96. J. 

'74. L. J.— Mrs. G. W. Allen. 
McNair. 
'97- J-F. 

Macomber. 

'76. J. 

McVey. 

'95. M. l. 
Macy. 

'90. Mrs. J. H. Jr.—G. E.. Sanders. 
Madeira. 

' 9 6. L. 
Mahan. 

'69. J/>-j. F.A.—M. M. Bonbright. 

'98. M. B.— Mrs. E. L. Dougherty. 
Mallon. 

'97- F-C. 
Mallory. 

'95. ^rj./. ff.,Jr.—H. N. Ladue. 

'87. M. E. 
Maltby. 

'75. K. L. —Mrs. D. J. Meserole. 
Maltman. 

'96. E. E. 

'98. G. I. 

Manga m. 
'76. L. M. — Mrs. A. H. Fetterolf. 

Mann. 
'96. R. M. 

Manning. 

'92. H. L. 
March a n t. 

'94. M. 

Marcher. 
'73. M. K.-Mrs.J. L. lleffron. 

Markham. 

'8 3 . F. G. 
'76. M. 



Marquardt. 

'96. D. M. 
Marsalis. 
1900. L. 
Marsh. 

'89. B.J. 

'98. J. C.- Mrs. E. S. Lewis. 
Marshall. 

'94. E. A. 
Martin. 

'99. B. 

'96. C. G. — Mrs. S. B. Robinson. 
'80. L. J: 
'93. L. L. 

'81. Mrs. S. C.—A. Li. Lyon. 

'69. Mrs. W. A.—C. Davis. 

'92. Mrs. W. H. — A. M. Robbins. 
Marvin. 

'81. E. S.-Mrs. R. TV. Neff. 

'74. M. W.—Mrs. D. O'Dell. 
Mast. 

'92. E. M. — Mrs. F. B. Loomis. 
Mathes. 

'93. M. O.— Mrs. F. Woodworth. 
Mathewson. 

'99. M. D. 
Maury. 

'87. A. C. 
May. 

'89. A. H.—Mrs. C. Fenn. 
'94. L. S. 

Maynard. 

'98. F. A. 
Mead. 

' 7 o. M. G.-Mrs. E. A. Abbey. 

Mears. 
'99. R. B. 

Mkkker. 
• 74 . A. L. 
'81. J. A. 

Meigs. 

'91. Mrs. F./.—L. A. Lawrence. 

Merrbll. 

'72. E. 
Mku ria II, 
'68. Mrs. C. L.—]. K. Hush 



174 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Merrick. 
'79. B. V. 

'84. J. H. — Mrs. C. H. Hoilister. 

'70. L.— Mrs. C. E. Morgan, Jr. 
Merrill. 

'97. M. 
Merritt. 

'95. E. A. 
1900. E. S. 

'77. Mrs. G. W.—E. L. Sutro. 

'70. Mrs. S.— F. Hoyt. 
Merwin. 

'99. A. H. 
Meserole. 

' 7 S- Mrs. D.J.—K. L. Maltby. 
Mesick. 

'99. I. 
Metcalf. 

'76. E. G.—Mrs. G. Radeke. 
Meyer. 

'79. Mrs. SS.—M. P. Baird. 
Meyers. 

'97. B. 
Meynen. 

"89. Mrs. G. K.—E. E. Ackert. 

MlERSCH. 

^97. E. E. 
MlLINOWSKI. 

'78. Mrs. A. — H. R. Ransom. 
Millard. 

'75. M. W.— Mrs. C. Quackenbush. 
Miller. 

'99. A. M. 

'74. Mrs. H. L.—E. Thurston. 
'69. Mrs. H. S.—B. A. Strong. 
'90. Mrs. K. B. — A. L. Knowlton. 
'94. L. 

'8 4 . M. E.— Mrs. S. M.Janney. 
'77. S. A..— Mrs. P. IV. Dorsey. 
'99. S. G. 

'76. Mrs. W. T.—C. H. Fisher. 
Milne. 

'93. Mrs. W. B. — M. S. Blake. 
Milner. 
'77- Mrs. H. W.—M. Whipple. 

MlNEAH. 

'70. M. A. 



Mitchell. 
'75- A. M. — Mrs. C. E. Lyman. 
'84. L. A.— Mrs. P. D. Cr eager. 
'95. M. E. 

MOFFETT. 

'97. E. V. 
MOIR. 

'86. R. B. — Mrs. H. T. Richards. 

MOLWITZ. 

1900. A. F. 
Monks. 

'71. S. P. 
Monroe. 

'74. J.C.— Mrs. C E. Thorpe. 

'73. M.- Mrs. J.J. Hunker. 

MONSCH. 

'95. A. A. . 

Moore. 

' 9 6. A. 

'60. Mrs. B J.—]. K. de Clercq. 

'94- E. 

'79. E. R. — Mrs. TV. H. Robinson. 

'73. F. E. 

'06. L. R. 

'73. Mrs. P. JV.—M. E. Perry. 

MOOREHEAD. 

'92. H. G.—Mrs. Van D. Taylor. 

Morgan. 
'76. C. A. — Mrs. J. B. Olmsted. 
'70. Mrs. C. E.,Jr.—h. Merrick. 
'93. I- A. 
' 9 8. M. H. 

MORIARTY. 

1900. L. A. 
Morrill. 

'99. G. 

'82. G. L. 

'92. H. B. 

•84. L. M. 

'86. N. P. 

Morris. 

'96. A. R. 

'92. Mrs. C. G.—S. E.Woodbridge. 

'90. E. E. 

'83. H. H. — Mrs. A. T. Hadley. 

'80. M. S.-Mrs. C. M. Pratt. 

'98. S. H. 



INDEX 



175 



Morrison. 

'69. K. A. —Mrs. A. H. Chapin. 
Morss. 

'73. M. T. 
Morton. 

'92. M.— Mrs. W. T. Keeney. 
Moser. 

'99. R. V. 
Moses. 

'80. Mrs. B.J.—M. F. Hoyt. 
Mott. 

'92. E. L. 
Mount. 

'98. H. E. 
Mower. 

'76. Mrs. C. R. — A. F. Penfield. 

MOWRV. 

'76. M. B. 
Muckenhoupt. 
1900. L. M. 
Muerman. 

'90. M. 
MULEORD. 

'86. A.I. 
MULHOLLAND. 

'95. M. E. 
MUMKORD. 

'94. M. B. 
MUNDY. 

'95. M. S. 
MUNR-O. 

'82. E. M. 
Murdoch. 

'98. J.R. 
Murphy. 

'88. Mrs. H. G.— M. King. 

'80. E. K.—Mrs. T. V.Johnston Jr. 
Murray. 

'95. E. W.—A/rs. R. B. Strong. 

'81. J. E. 

'99. M. 
My icrs. 

'94. A. M. 

'95. E. 
Nairn. 

'95- A. M. 



Naumann. 

'98. Mrs. C. IV.— E. H. Jaques. 
Neef. 

'97. H. C. 
Neff. 

'81. Mrs. R. W.—E. S. Marvin. 
NEGLEY. 

'79. S. M. 
Neidlinger. 

'89. Mrs. H. 7. — M. E. Hartwell. 
Neil. 

'93. E.— Mrs. A. B. Benney. 
Nelson. 
1900. A. E. 
'86. E. L. • 

'78. M. I.— Mrs. C. Tillinghast. 
Nesmith. 

'84. Mrs. J. A.—L,. A. Barker. 
Nessenson. 

'99. E. 
Nettleton. 

'89. A. T.—Mrs. E. G. Bourne. 
Newell. 

'97. A. 

'86. L. L. 

Nk.wman. 

' 94 . B. P.— Mrs. F. C. Shaiv. 
Nichols. 

'79. S. M. 
Nicholson. 

'88. Mrs. .1/.— E. C. Kountze. 

Nickerson. 
"82. A. M. — Mrs. L. II. Ekvell. 

Nicols. 
'99. E. 

NlCOLL. 

'71. M. S.— Mrs. C. M. Woodbury. 

NlLES. 
•96. B. C. 

Noble. 

'86. Mrs. G. C— L. Adams. 

'73- H. 
Nor ris. 

'89. D. F. 

>,. M. H. 



176 VASSAR 

Norton. 
'74. C. W. 

'82. Mrs. P.—E. Warder. 

'81. Mrs, S. A.—M. F. Penfield. 

'98. S. W. 

NOYES. 

'80. Mrs.F. W.—Ej. C. Hartmann. 

NUTTMAN. 

'77- M. E.— J/ri- <9 S. Ha una. 
Oakley. 

'91. H. C.-Mrs. S. Ward. 
Ober. 

'91. J. M. — Mrs. H. G. Gregg. 
Oberly. 
1900. E. R. 

O'CONNELL. 

'93. D. M. 
1900. F. E. 

Odell. 

'96. A. 

O'Dell. 
' 7 4- Mrs. D.—M. W. Marvin. 

Ohlen. 

'74. H. E.—Mrs. E. M. Skepard. 

Oldham. 
' 92 . T. 

O'Leary. 
'77. H. B.—Mrs, L. S. Davis. 

Olivet. 
'98. F. W. 

Olmstead. 
'80. M. 

Olmsted. 

'76. Mrs. J. B.—C. A. Morgan. 
Onderdonk. 
1900. M. H. 

Oppenheimer. 
'77. Mrs. M.—M. Stoyell. 

Orvis. 

'95- J-s. 
Orwig. 

'95. M. 
Overacker. 

'83. Mrs. C.—C. R. Wheeler. 



COLLEGE 

Overman. 
'86. Mrs. C. R. — C. G. Lingle. 

Owens. 
'92. A. 

'79- Mrs. J. J?.—L. Benton. 
Oyama. 

'82. Mrs. J.—S. Yamakawa. 
Packard. 

V. M. S. 

Packer. 
igco. E. C. 
'96. E. E. 

Page. 
1900. A. H. 
'83. L. 

Palmer. 



'92. 


A. M. 


'92. 


E. C— Mrs. S. H. L. Quacken- 




bush. 


'79. 


G. 


'70. 


H. O.— Mrs. E. T. Slocimi. 


'93- 


J. C. 


'79- 


Mrs. L.—M. E. Starr. 


'87. 


M. 


'96. 


R. A. 


'93- 


R. E. 



Parker. 
'98. A. B. 

' 93 . E. M.-Jters. W. O.Johnson. 
'70. M. A.— Mrs A. B. Woodworlh^ 

Parmly. 
'74. Mrs D. D.—C. E. Johnson. 

Parshall. 
'89. Mrs. W. A.—C. Senger. 

Parsons. 
'68. L. F.—Mrs. E. S. Eveleth. 

Partridge. 
'88. Mrs. W. S. — E. M. Wallace. 

Pass. 

'83. M. F.—Mrs. J. P. Fearring- 
ton. 

Patten. 
'94. L. U.—Mrs. F. C. Drake. 



INDEX 



177 



Patterson. 
'90. C. F. 

'84. C. L.— Mrs. F. W. Crandall. 
'88. F. T. — Mrs. W. H. Faust. 
'97. I. E. 

'88. Mrs. J. D.—G. A. Pocock. 
'82. J. M. 

'94. L. H.—Mrs. R. H. Lacey. 

'99. M. L. 
Payne. 
1900. J. McK. 
Payson. 

•77. M. L. 
Peabody. 

'73. Mrs. H. W.—N. J. Brayton. 
Peake. 
1900. G. 

Pease. 

'75- J- M. 
Peck. 

'82. L. R. 

'72. S. O. 

Peckham. 

'76. Mrs. G. W. — E. M. Gifford. 

'96. H. W. 
Peet. 

'76. J/irj. F. T.—U S. Knox. 
Peirce. 
'89. K. U. 

'88. Mrs. W. F.—h. S. Fagan. 

Pelgram. 
'95. C. M. 

Pellet. 
'96. M. 

Penfield. 
'76. A. F.—Mrs. C. R. Mower. 
'81. M. F.—Mrs. S. A.Norton. 

Penrose. 
'89. Mrs. C. B.—K. Drexel. 

Percy. 
'99. E. 

Perkins. 
'92. A. L. 

'80. C. D.-Mrs. IV. M. Woodward. 
'79. E. M. 
'75- F. C 



Perry. 

'75. Mrs. G. A.—S. C. Barton. 
'73. M. E. — Mrs. P. N. Moore. 
1900. M. T. 

Peters. 
'97. H. — Mrs. C. Wallace. 

Petersen. 
'90. K. O. 

Pettee. 

'99. J. E. 
Phelps. 

'73- A. R. 

'95. T. A. 
Phillips. 

'82. A. S. 

'97. S.J. 
Phinney. 

'96. L. A.— Mrs. G. B. Burr. 

'77. Mrs. L. IV.— J. M. Woodward. 

PlCKERSGILL. 

'96. L. V. 

PIERCE. 

'87. Mrs. C. C.—M. R. Fitch. 
1900. S. G. 
1900. T. V. 

PlERSON. 

'96. J. D. 
'78. M. H. 

Pike. 

'90. F. E.—Mrs. J. H. Daniels. 
Platt. 

'94. E. B.—Mrs.E. G. Rawson. 
'88. E. S — Mrs. G. L. Hubbell. 
'97. S. F. 

'92. S. S.— Mrs. G. A. Hadsell. 

Plimpton. 
'74. Mrs. J. C-C. A. Bird. 

Plum. 

'97. Mrs. H. C.-E. Greeley. 

Plumb. 
1900. M. W. 

Pocock. 
'88. G. A.— Mrs. J. D. Patterson. 

Poinikk. 
'83. A. U.-Mrs. ./. A. Sanjot d 



178 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Polk. 

'98. Mrs. IT H. — A. Kaufman. 

POMERENE. 

'86. J. 
POMEROY. 

'74- A.-Mrs. A. W. Wells. 
POMPILLY. 

'86. G. T. 
POPPENHEIM. 

' 9S . C. H. 

'05. I. H.—Mrs. D. Raven el. 

'89. L. B. 

'88. M. B. 
POPPLETON. 

'76. E. E. — Mrs. TV. C Shannon. 
Porter. 

'68. Mrs. T. H.—M.. L. Hoyt. 
Post. 

'97. A. W. 
Potter. 

'81. Mrs. C. E.—C. Van Benscho- 
ten. 

'98. L. E. 
Powell. 

'97. F.C. 
Pratt. 

'87. C. A. 

'80. Mrs. C. M.—M. S. Morris. 
'93. H. A. R. 

'76. H. C— Mrs. T. Balmer. 

'81. M. K.—Mrs.J. F. Thompson. 

'80. M. B.^Mrs. C. E. Riggs. 
Prentice. 

'68. Mrs. A. M.—G. B. Whilte- 
more. 
Prentiss. 

'90. A. 

Presbrey. 

'93. B. T).—Mrs. IT. E.Jacobs. 
Prescott. 

'90. Mrs C. H., Jr.—M. Dunham. 
Preston. 
1900. M. M. 

'80. N. J. -Mrs. V. W. Haiighwout. 

Pkice. 

'76. J. C— Mrs. F. L. Smith. 
'74. K. 



Prichard. 
'99. L. E. 

Prindle. 

'93. Mrs. F. A.—F. W. Streeter. 
Pringle. 

'91. K. H.—Mrs. W. B. Rodgers. 

Prudden. 

'75- L. E. 
PUTMAN. 

'92. E. R. 

'89. H. R. 

Putnam. 
'78. H. C. 

Quackenbush. 
'75. Mrs. C.—M. W. Millard. 
'92. Mrs. S. H. T.—B. C. Palmer. 

QUIGLEY. 
1900. C. C. 

Qtjinn. 
'91. M. E. 

Radeke. 

'76. Mrs. G.—E. G. Metcalf. 
Rainey. 

'78. A. S. 

Raitt. 
1900. E. M. 

Randall. 
'73. A. R.— Mrs. T.J. Ritchjr. 

Rankin. 
'76. A. M.-Mrs. H. Holden. 
'76. Mrs. I. C.—M. Clark. 

Ransom. 

'78. H. R.—Mrs. A. Milinowski. 
'83. I. C.—Mrs. E. C. King. 
'88. M. 

Ravenel. 
"95. Mrs. D.—l. H. Poppenheim. 

RAWSON. 

'94. Mrs. E. 6.-E. B. Piatt. 
' 7 2. M.J. 

Ray. 

'99. E. K. 

'78. L. P. 

'99. M. 

igoo. M. L. 



INDEX 



179 



Raymond. 

'83. C. M. 
1900. G. B. 

'73. M. C.—Mrs. W. J. Richardson. 
S. 

Reed. 

'92. A. L. 

'74- A.M. 

'86. H. 

'95. M. M. 
1900. R. 

Reid. 

'92. Mrs. W. H.-C. M. Smith. 
Reiley. 

'95- K. C. 
Reimer. 

'95- I A. 

' 97 . M. 

Rexford. 
'77- E. M. — M vs. W. D. Graves. 

Reybold. 
'68. M.—Mrs. S. Kennedy. 

Reynolds. 
'89. E. K. 

'74- Mrs. J. B. — E. B. Dain. 
'76. K. — Mrs. A. S. Lobingier. 
'96. K. B. 
'80. M. 

Rhoades. 

'68. Mrs. D P.— I. Carter. 
'68. M. P. 

Rhodes. 

'8 S . Mrs. C. O.—M. Smiley. 
Rianiiard. 

'92. Mrs. T. McM.—E. L. Rowe. 
Rice. 

'96. Mrs. C. A.— J,. S. Berlin. 

'75- 15- A.— Mrs. J. J. Richardson. 

'98. L. O. 

'70. M. L. — Mrs. D. W. Crane. 
Rich. 

'88. M.-Mrs. W. L. Bee/cntan. 

Richards, 

'76. E. S. 

'86. Mrs. II 7'.-R. B. Moir. 
'70. Mrs. R. //.- E. H. Swallow. 



Richardson. 



'72. A. E. 




99. a. 




'96. H. 




'7=; Mrs T T — 


E. A. Rice. 


'96. M. M. 




1900. R. R. 




'79- S. F. 




'73. Mrs. W.J. 


— M. C. Raymond. 


1900. W. M. 




RlCHEY. 





'97. A. G. 
Richmond. 

'76. M. R. — Mrs. F. K. Tracy. 

RlCKER. 

'85. J- E. 
'85. M. A. 

RlCKERT. 

'91. M. E. 
RlDDELL. 

1900. S. A. 

RlDEOUT. 

'88. G.—Mrs. W. Briggs. 
RlGGS. 

'80. Mrs. C. B.—M. E. Pratt. 
RlTCH. 
'70. C. W. 

'73. Mrs. T.J.,Jr.-A. R. Randall. 
Robbins. 

'92. A. M.—Mrs. IV. H. Mar/ in. 

'94. F. L.— Mrs. IV. C. Winter. 

'99. G. H. 

'98. L. 
Roberts. 

'96. D. C.—Mrs. J. E. Cummings . 

'75. K.-Mrs. H. P. Lewis. 

'99. R. 
Robinson. 

'90. Mrs. C. — N. S. Hamilton. 

'70. E. C. 

'76. M. B. 

'96. Mrs. S. P. — C. G. Martin. 
'79. Mrs. W. //.- E. R. Moore. 

Rockwell. 

'90. A. G. 
RODOBM. 

'91. Mrs, w. P. k. 11. Magto, 



i8o 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Roe. 

'76. A. M. 
Rogers. 

V Mrs. E. H. — F. Halliday. 

'93- (A. M.) A. 

'93. (A. M.) I. 
Rollins. 

'78. M. H. 

ROLLINSON. 

'72. S. E. — Mrs. H. Booth. 
Root. 

•78. M. P. 
Ross. 

'88. A. L. 

'69. M.— Mrs. A. Stanton. 
Rossi. 

72. Mrs. E. — A. D. Seelye. 
ROWE. 
'71. A. E. 

'92. E. L.—Mrs. T. McM. Rian- 
hard. 

ROYCE. 

'87. L. A. 
Roys. 

'71. Mrs. R. H. — K. A. Loveland. 
RUGGE. 

'95- A. E.—Mrs. J. R. Loomis, Jr. 
RULISON. 
'75- Mrs. W. R.-H. E. Lyon. 

RUMSEY. 

'77. A. W.— Mrs. T. Campbell. 
RUSHMORE. 

'70. L. V.— Mrs. W. T. Cornell. 

'70. Mrs. S. M.—J. W. Demarest. 
Russell. 

'99. E. S. 

'96. Mrs. F. W.—L,. Cross. 

RUSTIN. 

'80. C— Mrs. J. H. Mcintosh . 
Sague. 

'92. Mrs. J. K. — H. N. Frost. 
St. John. 

'80. Mrs. S.—E. C. Brownell. 
Samson. 
1900. E. K. 

'96. M. E. 



Sanborn. 

'74. Mrs. W. D.~ M. L. Skillings. 
Sanders. 

'96. E. S. 

'90. G. E.— Mr s.J. H. Macy,Jr. 
'96. M. N.—Mrs. W. H. Hays. 
Sands. 
'93. A. G. 
'93. G. 

Sanford. 
'71. A. ~L.—Mrs. E. M. Howard. 
'83. Mrs. J. A.— A. B. Poinier. 
'82. M. R. 

Sargent. 
'92. M. B. 

Sauvage. 
1900. V. 

Savage. 

'75- E. D. 
Savery. 
1900. A. T. 

Saville. 
1900. A. B. 

Sawyer. 
'97. A. W. 

Sayre. 

'69. E. S.-Mrs. IV. F. Smith. 

Scarborough. 
1900. J. MacR. 
'96. M. B.—Mrs. G. W. McDaniel. 

\ SCHAUFFLER. 

'97. R. C. 

I SCHERER. 

'90. Mrs. L. C.—L. M. Harris. 

SCHERMERHORN. 
'89. E. W. 

SCHIBSBY. 
'97. M. 

SCHIFF. 

'79. Mrs. C— M. B. Burch. 

Schmidt. 
1900. M. P. 

Schneider. 
'93. M. S. 



INDEX 



181 



SCHOU. 

'96. Mrs. C. E., Jr., P. C. M. Dil- 
low. 
Schuyler. 

'70. S. E. 
Schwartz. 

'96. J. A. 

SCOFIELD. 
'90. C. L. 
•99. H. B. 

'97. J. A.— Mrs. H. S Harron. 
Scott. 

'96. E. G. — Mrs. G. B. Kunkel. 

'96. F. B. 
■ ' 7 6- M. A. 

'68. Mrs. R.—C. P. Leland. 
SCRANTON. 

'96. H. I. 

Sears. 

'72. Mrs. W. F.—U. R. Harring- 
ton. 
Sebring. 

'95- J- 
Seeley. 

' 7 o. K. A.-Mrs. A. H. Tuttle. 
Seelye. 

'72. A. D. Mrs. E. Rossi. 
Segebarth. 
1900. H.-W. 
Sellers. 

'74. Mrs. C.,Jr.—YL. G.Jackson. 

'75- L. — Mrs. G. T.Barnes. 
Semple. 

'82. E. C. 
Senger. 

'89. C.-Mrs. W. A. Par shall. 
Serviss. 

'98. E. M.—Mrs. D. D. Ackerman. 

Severance. 

'8o. Mrs. C. E.—A. H. Ilussey. 
Sew all. 

V. Mrs. C. G.—K. L. Strong. 

Seymour. 
'98. B. 

Shailek. 
'82. C. L.— Mrs. C. If. Dow. 



Shannon. 

'72. Mrs. S. A.—L. E. Crockett. 

'76. Mrs. W. C— E. E. Poppleton. 
Sharpe. 

'76. Mrs. J. W.—S. Fleming. 

'83. M. 

'79. N. G. 
Shattuck. 

'85. B. J.— Mrs. F. S. Fulton. 
Shaul. 

'87. V.— Mrs. C. W. Burrowes. 
Shaw. 
'97. B. 

'81. Mrs. C. T.—E. G. Shaw. 
88. E. 

'81. E. G.—Mrs. C. T. Shaw. 
'94. Mrs. F. C.—B. P. Newman. 
'85. Mrs. G. E.—M. E. Ewing. 
'77, M. M.—Mrs. J. C. Doty. 
Sheldon. 
'91. H. G. 
'87. L. C. 

'88. M. J.— Mrs. T. Stephenson. 
Shepard. 
'75. A. J.— Mrs. D. G. Gillette. 
'78. A N.—Mrs.J. P. Cruger. 
'74, Mrs. E. M.—H. E. Ohlen. 
'95. Mrs. H. L — B. A. Durant. 
'71. Mrs. J. JV.—l. W. Adams. 

SHEPPARD. 
'96. L. P. 

'77- S. F.—Mrs. H. K. Armstrong. 
'98. S. F. 
SHERMAN. 
'83. A. W. 

Sherwood. 
'89. A. 
'83. M. 
j '86. M. P. 

Shirley. 
•8 7 . Mrs. W. M.— P. A. Boss. 

Shoecraft. 
'8 4 . H. E.—Mrs. G. L. Cole. 

Shoemaker. 
'85. Mrs. J. //.— M. vv. Craig. 

SH0U8B. 
1900. V. 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Shove. 
'81. A..— Mrs. E. Brooks. 
'82. Mrs. C. M.—L. C. Gross. 
'82. M. E. 

SlDENBERG. 

1900. E. 

SlDWELL. 

'84. Mrs. T. TV.—F. M. Haldeman. 
Sill. 

' Q 6. A. E. 

'69. K. A. 

SlMANTON. 
1900. A. M. 

Simmons. 
'95. F.A. 

'74. Mrs. P. P.—B.. B. Stetson. 

Simpson. 
'98. L. M. 

SlNSABAUGH. 

'96. H. 
Skeel. • 
'73- A. 

'70. E. A.-Mrs. D. G. Adee. 
Skelton. 
'95- J- V. 

Skillings. 
'74. M. L,.—Mrs. W. D. Sanborn. 

Skinner. 
'80. E. A.— Mrs. W. H. Hicbbard. 
•87. I. 

'84. Mrs. /. A. — M. C. Hubbard. 
'75- N. W.—Mrs. C E. Clark. 
Slade. 
'94. H. M. 

Slamm. 

'79- Mrs. J. A.—N. Braden. 
Slee. 

'83. E. G. 

Sleight. 
'98. J. W. 

Slocum. 
'70. Mrs. E. T.—H. O. Palmer. 
'72. M. P. — Mrs. F. Harrington. * 

Smiley. 
'85. WL.—Mrs. C. 0. Rhodes. 



Smith. 

'98. A. H. 

'92. C. M. — Mrs. W. II. Reid. 

'88. Mrs. C. JV.—M.. L. McKinlay. 

'95- E. C. 

'89. Mrs. E. E.—M. Knorr. 

'95. E. L. — Mrs. W. H. Allison. 

'95- E. L. 

'81. E. S.— Mrs. P. K. Yates. 

1900. E, W. 

'95- P. A. 

'76. Mrs. F. L. —J. C. Price. 

'97. G. 

'78. Mrs. G. H. — L H. Brown. 

'78. Mrs. H. B.—M. S. Hill. 

'80. J. F. 

'90. K. 

'93. L. F. 

'84. L. K.-Mrs. W. H. Bain. " 

'87. L. R. — Mrs. H. R. Swift. 

'91. M. A. 

'73- M. A.-Mrs. J. B. Clark. 

'78. Mrs. M. C-S. G. Wilkinson. 

1900. M. D. 

'69. Mrs. M. ff.—M. E. Colby. 

'99. N. 

'98. N. M. 

'99. S. E. — Mrs. C. E. Etnier. 

'69. Mrs. W. F. — E. S. Sayre. 
Snow. 

' 9S . E. G. 

Snyder. 

'95. G. M. — Mrs. H. Beck. 

'77- Mrs. P. M—G. E. Bliss. 
Southworth. 

'82. A. C.-Mrs. H. A. Wyman. 

'86. F. — Mrs. F. H. Goff. 

'87. Mrs. F. C.-A. A. Berry. 
Spafford. 

"8 4 . J.I. 

Spalding. 
' 74 - Mrs. E. P.— E. A. Hill. 
'77- M. T. 
'96. S. G. 

Sparrow. 
'93. Mrs. E. W.—H.. T. Grant. 

Spaulding. 
'99. L. C. 



INDEX 



18 3 



Spelman. 

'7.7. Mrs. T. M.—E. A. Chandler. 
Spence. 

'92. Mrs. H.—C. L. Barber. 
Spencer. 
1900. G. I. 

'96. M. D. — Mrs. C. M. Du Vernet. 

Spicer. 

'99. M. A. 
Spiers. 

'94. K. E. 
Sprague. 

'99. A. B. 

'99. F. E. 
Spratt. 
1900. M. M. 
Squires. 

'98. N. M. 
Stagg. 

'68. M.—Mrs. H. O. Fulton. 
Stamford. 

'96. H. 
Stanton. 

'72. A. 

'69. Mrs. A.—M. Ross. 
'86. H.— Mrs. S. V. Holmes. 
'78. H. E.—Mrs. W. H. Blatch. 
'77. K. L — Mrs. W. E. Griffis. 
'82. L. B.—Mrs. F. A. Farrar. 
'76. M. L.— Mrs. F. E. Lawrence. 
'84.— Mrs. S. C— H. L. Corn well. 

Stanwood. 
'80. Mrs. T. P.—L. L. Brockway. 

Starkweather. 

•84. L.J. 
Starr. 

'79. M. E. — Mrs. L. Palmer. 

Start. 
'90. C. A. 

St A TON. 

•97. S. B. 
Stearns. 

•92. E. H. 

Stehbins. 
' 9S . Mrs. J. C.-M. Williams. 
94. K. Van C 



Steen. 

'96. Mrs. A. F. M.—M . E. Higgins. 
Stem. 

'72. S. M. 
Stephens. 

'93. J.w. 
Stephenson. 
'92. A. A.— Mrs. H. P. Dilworth. 
'88. Mrs. T.—M. J. Sheldon. 
Sterling. 

'81. M. T. 
Stetson. 

'74. H. B.—Mrs. P. P. Simfnons. 
Stevens. 

'77- C. A. 
1900. C H. 
'85. L. M. 
'83. M. G. 
Stewart. 
'93. Mrs. C. D.-H. C. Conant. 
'90. Mrs. F. G.—B. R. Story. 
'87. Mrs. G. P. — E. M. Wilson. 
'79. Mrs. O. P*.—E. H. Bentley. 
Stickney. 

'94. R.— Mrs. B. Hodge. 
Stilson. 

'69. S. L. L. 
Stockwell. 
' 7 i. C. A. 
'81. M. H. 
Stoddard. 

'68. S. T. 
Stone. 

' 9 S. A. H. 
Storkr. 

'70. B. D. 
Storkk. 

'97. A. H.—Mrs. C. O. Holmes. 
'98. Mrs.C lf\—G. L'A. Voorhees. 
'68. II. L. 
'70. S. D. 
STOURS 

'87. Mrs. C. />'.— Ci. M. Cleveland. 
STOKV. 
\>4- A B. 

'84. E.—Afrs G. S. Zmt f man. 
• 9 o. K. R.-Mrs F. G. StiNMTt, 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



STOTTLER. 

'82. Mrs. V. E. — H. Warren. 
Stow. 

'74. E. A.— Mrs. W. H. Cummings. 
Stowell. 

'71. ifrj. C. D.—A. W. Esty. 

'99. M. E. 
Stoyell. 

'77. M. — Mrs. M. Oppenlieimer. 
Straight. 

'97. G. C. 
Strang. 

'95. B. R. 
Street. 

'80. I. M. 

'83 L. C.—Mrs. W. W. Cheney. 
Streeter. 

'93. F. W.—Mrs. F. A. Prindle. 

'88. K. 
Strong. 

'69. B. A.— Mrs. H. S. Miller. 

'88. Mrs. J. H.—E. L. McCreery. 

V K. L.— C. C; &zy<z//. 

'95. Mrs. B. B.—E. W. Murray. 
SUDDUTH. 

'83. M. — Mrs. N. K. McCormick. 

SUFFERN. 
1900. E. DeR. 
SUTLIFF. 

'80. P. T. 
SUTRO. 

'77. E. Ij.—Mrs. G. W. Merritt. 
Sutton. 
1900. E. W. 

SUYDAM. 

'90. c. 
Swallow. 

' 7 o. E. H.-Mrs. B. H. Richards. 
Swan. 

'77. F. W. 

'80. H. R. 

'92. Mrs. W. D.—E. F. Gould. 

SWEATT. 

'78. Mrs. W. //.— L. T. Bond. 

Sweet. 
'87. M. 



SWEETSER. 

'70. E. C.—Mrs. E. Winslow. 

'86. L. F. — Mrs. C. E. Denison. 
Swift. 

'77. C. P.— Mrs. E. S. Atwater. 

'80. Mrs. C. W.—A. Van Kleeck. 

'73- E. D. 

'75. F. &.— Mrs. J. Doty. 

'87. Mrs. H. B. — L. R. Smith. 

'83. S. F. 

Swinburne. 
'73. H. K.—Mrs. W. G. Hale. 
'73. V. S.— Mrs. W. C. Brownell. 

Taber. 
'98. M. A. 

Taggart. 
'99. A. R. 

Talcott. 
'69. E. S. 
'75. S. W. 

Tappan. 
'75. E. M. 
'80. L. 

Tarbox. 

igoo. J. B. 
'96. M. E. 

Taylor. 

'91. D. N. 

1900. E. B. 

'82. F. B. — Mrs. C. E. Young. 

'98. F. E. 

'95. F. M. 

'85. Mrs. J. W.—M. C. Vosburgh. 

'92. K. 

'97. L. C. 

'73. M. 

'75. M. B.—Mrs. W. B. Bissell. 

'02. Mrs. Van D.-H. G. Moore^ 
head. 

Temple. 

'77. M. B. 
1900. M. E. 

Tennant. 
'93. Mrs. G. G. — A. Van Syckel. 

Terry. 
'87. F. L. 



INDEX 



185 



Thackray. 

'80. C. H. 
Thain. 

'97. J.I. 

Thallon. 

•97. i c. 

Thaw. 

'77. M.— Mrs. W. R. Thompson. 
Thayer. 

' 97 . Mrs. H. S.—B. Cook. 
Thomas. 

'73. S. h.—Mrs. S.J. Elder. 
Thompson. 

'99. H. D. 

'78. H. E. 

'81. Mrs. J. F.—K. M. Lane. 

'81. Mrs. J. F.—U. A. Pratt. 

'87. J/r^. R. A.— A. K. Green. 

'77. Mrs. W. R.—M. Thaw. 
Thorne. 
1900. A. D. 

'95. E. G. 
Thornton. 

'97. E. C. 

'72. H. h.—Mrs. J. Erwin. 
Thorpe. 

'74- Mrs. C. F.—J. C. Monroe. 
Thorsen. 

'80. Mrs. W. R.—C. M. Canfield. 

Thum. 

'74. P- C. 
Thurston. 

'80. A. 

'74. E.—Mrs. H. L. Miller. 
'90. H. T.-Mrs. V. Coffin. 
Tiffany. 
'97. B. L. 

TlI.LINGHAST. 

'78. Mrs. C.—M. I. Nelson. 

Titus. 

' 92 . K. B. 
Todd. 

'94. F. E.—Mrs. B. C. Fuller. 

Tolman. 
'69. E. 
'76. J. 



Tompkins. 

'99. B. M. 

'89. E. K. 

'91. J. W. 

'94- N. M. 
Tourtellot. 
1900. I. A. 

Towner. 

'79. E. W. 
Townsend. 

'84. E. A. 

'90. Mrs. I.—Jj. Curtiss. 
'73. M. G. 
'95. W. D. 

TOYE. 

'92. Mrs. G. B.—R. W. Brush. 

TOZER. 
'99. A. M. 

Tracy. 

'76. Mrs. F. Jf.—M. R. Richmond. 
Trask. 
'70. Mrs. G. G.— M. Chumar. 

TRAVER. 
'q6. H. 

'97. M. MacW. 

Treadway. 
'83. S. H.-Mrs.J. B. W. Lansing. 

Trembor. 
'98. B. A. 

Trowbridge. 
1900. I. B. 

Truesdale. 
'99. P.K. 

Trumbull. 
'70. H. A.-Mrs.J. H. Williams. 

Tryon. 
'96. G. 

Tucker. 
'76. F. E.—Mrs. J. A. Wheeler. 

Tunnicliff. 
'89. II. H.—Mrs. R. C. If. Caller- 

all. 
•96. R. 
•92. S. B. 



i86 



VASSAR COLLEGE 



Turner. 

'79. A. M.—Mrs. O. A. Bierstadt. 

'98. Mrs. E. W. 

'99. H. V. 

'95- J- E. 
TUTTLE. 

'96. A. E. 

'70. Mrs. A. H.—K. A. Seeley. 

'99. A. S. 
Tweedy. 

'97. G. B. 
Uberhorst. 

'85. F.—Mrs. C. Haire. 
Ulrick. 

'92. A. C.-Mrs. F. R. Huntington. 
Underhill. 

'88. A. 

'91. F. A.— Mrs. G. E. Clark. 

Underwood. 
'80. Mrs. H. O.—J. Cushing. 
'83. Mrs. W. L.—l. Cushing. 

Updegraff. 
'95. E. 
'99. R. 

Utter. 

'94. K. M.—Mrs L. A. Waterman. 

Vaile. 
1900. G. 

Vaillant. 
'94. A. A. 

Valleau. 
'83. C. A.— Mrs. W. W. Jencks. 

Van Anden. 
'96. L. 

Van Benschoten. 
'81. C.—Mrs. C. E. Potter. 

Vance. 
'87. L. F. 

Vanderburgh. 
'94. C. G. 

Vanderslice. 
'99. I. L. 

Van Etten. 
'93. E. b. 
'72. M. E. 



Van Inwegen. 

'99. A. 
Van Kleeck. 

'80. A.— Mrs. C. V. Swift. 

'94. M. 

'99. M. T. 
Van Syckel. 

'93. A.— Mrs. G. G. Pennant. 
Van Tassel. 

'91. N. E. — Mrs. G. M. Holden. 

Van Vliet. 

'93. H. 
Varnes. 

'82. Mrs. E. B. 

Verhoeff. 
V- CP. 
'95. M. 

Vernon. 
'95. F.I, 

VlCKROY. 

'91. C. E.-Mrs. S. W. Batch. 

Voorhees. 
'98. G. L. A.— Mrs. C. W. Storke. 

Vosburgh. 
'85. M. C— Mrs. J. W. Taylor. 

Waddington. 
'69. P. — Mrs. R. H. Holme. 

Wadsworth. 

igoo. L. 

Wagar. 
1900 E. S. 
'94. H. M. Mrs. A. W. Barber. 

Wager. 

'91. Mrs. C. H. A.— A. Applegate. 

Waite. 
'96. O. A. 

Wakeman. 
'92. S. E. 

Walch. 
'84. C. C. 

Waldron. 
'72. M. M. 

Walker. 
'73. C. E. 



INDEX 



I8 7 



Wallace. 
'89. A. S. — Mrs. J. L. Holton. 
'97. Mrs. C— H. Peters. 
'92. E. F. 

'88. E. M.—Mrs. W. S. Partridge. 
Wallach. 
1900. A. N. 
Waller. 

'73. F. E. 
1900. M. 
Walrath. 

'84. H. B.—Mrs. C. A. Kitts. 
Walworth. 

'96. R. H. 
Ward. 

'88. A. 

'92. E. 

'98. E. G. 

'92. Mrs. F. C.—A. Arbuckle. 
'97. Mrs. H. C.—V. James. 
V, Mrs. S.—H. C. Oakley. 
'85. Mrs. W. T.—M. G. Jones. 
Warder. 
'82. B.—Mrs. P. Norton. 

Wardle. 

'80. A. C— Mrs. L. Liggett. 
Ware. 

'99. A. H. 

'70. Mrs. E. F—J. P. Huntington. 
1900. L. 

Waring. 

'71. Mrs. E.J.—D. Hileman. 
Warner. 
'88. C. 
E. A. 

G. M. 

H. A.— Mrs. W. M. Bishop. 



99. 

*97- 
•67. 
'68. 
'96. 



H. F. 
M. L. 
M. S. 



■s. V. E. Stottler 



Wark EN. 
'82. H.- 
'89. K. 

Washburn. 

'96. Mrs. J. P., Jr.-M. 

ETarland. 
'91. M. F. 



M. Mc- 



Waterman. 

'94. Mrs. L. A.—K. M. Utter. 
Watson. 

'77. S. D.— Mrs. /. Anderson. 
Watton. 

'95. M. C— Mrs. A. D. Welton. 
Weaver. 

'95. L.C. 
Webster. 

'76. Mrs. D. F.—L. R. Fox. 

Wederkinch. 

'71. Mrs. C. O.—M. Clinton. 
Weed. 

•73. E. 
Weeks. 

'89. C. B. 

'89. E. M. 

'88. H. F. 
1900. J. M. 

Welch. 
'95. E. M. 

'73. Z. L. — Mrs. W.J. Isaacson. 

Wellington. 
'96. G. A. 
'96. M. S. 

Wells. 

'74. Mrs. A. W.— A. Pomeroy. 
'94. E. L. 
1900. R. 

Welt. 

'91. I. 
Welton. 

'95- Mrs. A. D.—M, C. Watton. 

'96. M. E. 

Wentworth. 

'98. A. 

'80. E. B.-Mrs. W. B. Hull. 
'79. S. E. 

Werne. 

'90. M. R.-Mrs. A. G. Whitley. 
West. 
'8 3 . A. B. 
'96. C. P. 

Wetmore. 

72. A. M.- Mrs. J. P. Jefferson 
'9... S. L. 



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VASSAR COLLEGE 



WEY. 

'73. Mrs. H. B.—F. C. Liggett. 
Wheat. 

'75- F. C. 
Wheatly, 

'83. M. — Mrs. I. N. Lewis. 
Wheeler. 

'85. A. B. — Mrs. W. Dickerson. 

'83. C. A.— Mrs. M. W. Deyo. 

'83. C. R. — Mrs. C. Over acker. 

V- E. M. 

'76. Airs. J. A.—F. E. Tucker. 
'82. J. F. 
'qg. R. 

Whipple. 

'77. M. — Mrs. H. W. Milner. 
Whitcomb. 

'93. A..— Mrs. W. S. Blackwell. 
White. 

'73- A. S. 

'93. C. E. 

'75- C.F. 

'81. c. s. 

'82. E. M. 

'94. G. — Mrs. C. L. Car rick. 
'69. J. C, 

'78. M. A.— Mrs. R. B. McCle?to?t. 
' 7 6. M. T. 

'85. Mrs. S.—A. B. Goldstine. 
. '95. Mrs. T. V.— H. M. Holmes. 
Whiting. 

'75- Mrs. A. C.—Li. Lewis. 
Whitley. 

'90. Mrs. A.G.—M. R. Werne. 
Whitman. 

'98. H. h. 

'90. J. M. 

'78. M. A. 
Whitney. 

'73- A. S. 
'97. B. B. 
'74. E. W. 

'74. M. C.—Mrs. E. F. C/tapin. 

'68. M. W. 
Whiton. 

'97. A.— Mrs. W. D. Ferrrs. 
Whittemore. 

'68. G. B. — Mrs. A. M. Prentice. 



Wicker. 
'99. J. F. 

WlCKHAM. 

'86. M. M. 
WlLBOR. 

'73. Mrs. C. tV.—J. E. Chapin. 
Wilcox. 

'94. A. W. 
Wilder. 

'73. B . — Mrs. F. P. Bellamy. 
Wilkerson. 

'98. E. B. 
WlLKINS. 
1900. C. W. 
Wilkinson. 

'97. A. L. 

93- E. 

'78. S. G.—Mrs. M. C. Smith. 
Willard. 

'80. Mrs. W. B.—F. M. Wit hey. 
Williams. 

'68. Mrs. A. R. — G. Frothingham. 

'95. E. — Mrs. J. C. Stebbins. 

'69. E. ].—Mrs. J. W. Champney. 

'80. J. C.-Mrs. C. W. Hinkley. 

'70. Mrs. J. H.—YH. A. Trambull. 

'71. Mrs. J. T.—L. Ladue. 

93. M. A. 
Wilson. 

'99. A. H. 

'73- C. J. - Mrs. G. W. Kretzinger. 
'87. E. M. — Mrs. G. R. Stewart. 
'69. Mrs. T. — M. J. Constant. 

Windsor. 
'79. Mrs. H.J.—F. Jacobsen. 

Wing. 
'78. A. M. 

'87. Mrs. E.—C. J. Halliday. 

Winkler. 
'96. R. 

WlNNINGTON. 

'96. L. 

WlNSLOW. 
'70. Mrs. E.—F. C. Sweetser. 

WlNSOR. 

'76. E. V.— Mrs. G. Dils. 



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189 



Winter. 
'94. Mrs. W. C.-F. L. Robbins. 

Withey. 
'80. E. M.—Mrs. W. B. Willard. 

WlTHINGTON. 

'81. Mrs. L.—C. A. Lloyd. 

WlTKOWSKY. 
'86. E. 

WlTSCHIEF. 
'95. G.—Mrs. W. S. Bennet. 

Wolfe. 
'95. Mrs. T.J — G. Goodwin. 

Wood, 
'93. H. A. 
'96. H. T. 
'77- I- 
'92. L. E. 

V v. c. 

'74. Mrs. W. B.—F. F. Fisher. 
'91. Mrs. W. II.— V. Halliday. 

WOODBRIDGE. 

'95. Mrs. C. E.—L,. A. Brown ell. 
'92. S. E. — Mrs. C. G. Morris. 

Woodbury. 
'71. Mrs. C. M.—M. S. Nicoll. 

Woodcock. 
'81. Mrs. W. W.— J. L. Avery. 

WOODIN. 

'91. M. E. 

Woodman. 
'74- C. A. 

Woodruff. 
'go. Mrs. IV. //.— M. E. Cochran. 

Woods. 

'70. A. W.—Mrs. G. C. Bvoing. 
'85- B. C.—Mrs. E. Beauchamp. 
'78. E. E. -Mrs. E. E. Lord. 



Woodward. 
'67. H. D. 

'77. J. M.— Mrs. L. N. Phinney. 
'80. M. L. — Mrs. O. F. Barnes. 
'80. Mrs. W. M.—C. D. Perkins. 

WOODWORTH. 

'70. J/r.y. ^4. B.—M. A. Parker. 
'93. Mrs. E.—M. O. Mathes. 

WOOSTER. 
'8<. L. T. 

86. N. — Mrs. H. W. Cooley. 
Wright. 
'99. F. E. 

'69. S>.—Mrs. C. A. Birfiie. 
Wygant. 

'83. G. P. 
Wylie. 

'77- L-J- 

'99. M. E. 

'91. S. M. 
Wyman. 

'82. Mrs. II. A. -A. C. South worth. 
Yamakawa. 

'82. S.— Mrs. I. Oyama. 
Yates. 

'85. Mrs. A.—E. Deming. 

'81. Mrs. P. A'. — E. S. Smith. 
York. 

'95. F. T.—Mrs. J. LeD Lang- 
don. 

Yost. 

'83. J- A. 
Young. 

'96. B. K. 

'82. Mrs. C. E.—F. B. Taylor. 
Zartman. 

'84. Mrs. G. E.-E. Story. 
Zkiie. 

'75. Mrs. B.—E. J. Chamberlain. 
ZlKGKNFELDER, 

'90. Mrs. i?.-A. M Clark. 



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